A sweet revolution. Mélissa Laveaux reinvented herself without evading the sharp character displayed in her acclaimed first album ('Camphor and Copper'). With a touch of sophistication, this young woman has traded in the swaying and languishing sweetness of her acoustic folk for an irresistibly energetic and commanding pop. Mélissa Laveaux grew up in Ottawa but was born to Haitian parents in Montreal. In the wake of her first album, she moved to France. A delicate stage of her life that set the background for the lyrics on 'Dying Is A Wild Night.' Her writing is as personal as always, her voice still as youthful and sensual, but the arrangements brightly burst of creativity, placing emphasis on rhythm and electronic sounds.