Allison Daniels

Allison Daniels

604 Records new signing, Quebec City-based country singer-songwriter Allison Daniels releases her single, “We Both Know” today. Written by Daniels, Ryan Stewart (Carly Rae Jepsen, Simple Plan) and Tavish Crowe (co-writer of Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe”), the emotionally charged ballad gives listeners a glimpse into the vulnerability of letting yourself fall for the right person quickly. Pulling from her own personal experience, Daniels tugs at listeners heartstrings with the honesty she has poured into the lyrics of the song.  

“’We Both Know' is a heartfelt song inspired by my own love story, capturing the unique moments of a relationship that began in our youth. At first sight, the only thing we knew about our relationship is that we had never felt this way before,” says Daniels. 

Set to make a name for herself in the Canadian country music scene, Daniels has secured the coveted spot of the iHeart Radio Future Star program for the month of March. 

Born in Abitibi-Témiscaming, QC and raised in Quebec City, Daniels is the daughter of a musician and began learning guitar and writing songs at age 11. While it took her a moment to find the confidence to share her voice Daniels committed to honing her craft, and to date has made a living almost exclusively as a working musician. Her dedication and hard work have paid off, giving her the opportunity to share the stage with Country superstar, Keith Urban at Festival d'été de Québec in 2015. It also landed her in the quarterfinals on Quebec’s wildly popular TV Show, La Voix, and she has opened for CCMA Award winning artist Tim Hicks on his Quebec run in 2018. 

Daniels’ love for country music came from exploring the genre online. Pulling influence from artists like Carrie Underwood, Eric Church and Chris Stapleton to find her own voice in the genre, Daniels still taps into her rock and blues sides, finding inspiration in bands like Greta Van Fleet, which lend to her swagger when recording her vocals and performing on stage. 


Quebec City-based country singer/songwriter Allison Daniels is a rarity – a young artist who’s made her living almost exclusively as a working musician - an experience she brings to bear beautifully on her upcoming debut album via Vancouver’s 604 Records. Although she’s been described as an ‘up and coming’ talent, she has made a substantial impact in her home province as a quarterfinalist on La Voix (Quebec’s version of The Voice), performing a duet with Country superstar Keith Urban at Festival d'été de Québec in 2015, and opening for Canadian country star Tim Hicks. While country music is Daniels’ focus now, her sound is impossible to pigeonhole, a seamless blend of rock, traditional country, and swampy blues, with hints of country pop haunting the edges. “For me,” she says, “it was important to create a style that wasn’t ‘in the box’ – a style that's truly me.” Job done – on stage and on record, Allison Daniels displays a level of comfort and clarity of intent that only someone who’s spent a lot of time on deck singing and playing their heart out can achieve.