Tiphanie Doucet, is a French singer-songwriter and actress who had her first staring role as a child in French film “le Bebe d’Elsa" and later the Glee-lie TV Series “Chante" giving her popularity in her native France. Focusing on her love of music Including playing the harp and dancing, she transitioned fulsome into a music career and eventually traveled to LA and New York. In 2020 Tiphanie performed on the Canadian Voice where she was praised by the judges for her dreamy voice and faultless emotional performances before they regretfully lost her beautiful talent in the battle rounds.
After the critically acclaimed success of her 2018 LP ‘Under my Sun’, produced by Simone Felice and David Baron, who have worked with the likes of The Lumineers Bat For Lashes and Jade Bird which was dubbed as “A richly poignant and pastoral journey that reveals Doucet as a master of the style," by Pop Matters, Tiphanie Doucet revealed her ethereal new EP ‘Painted Blue’, an introspective five-track offering featuring her seductive vocals and sophisticated imagery. The first single "You and I " gained exposure with the likes of Rolling Stone France.
She has notably recorded an EP Re-imagined” whose various titles which she carefully re-arranges, paint the sweet picture of her pop musical influences and acoustic, skillfully woven through her precious folk touch. During the pandemic, Tiphanie returned to France and started producing music at home gained visibility with her many "Live streams shows" on platforms like Sessions Live and then Clubhouse where she hosted the European version of the “Lullaby Club “ with Axel Mansoor featured in the New York times. A week after creating her TikTok profile, she duets “Quelqu’un m’a dit” from famous folk Singer Carla Bruni : the vidéo was noticed and shared by Carla Bruni herself.
She settled in the famous St Tropez where she played over 50 shows during Summertime, while working on her upcoming concept album LETTERS to be released in early 2023, where the artist writes “letters'' in song form to people that had an important place in her life: the man she left, the man she hopes to meet, a friend that could have become the love of her life…and one where she makes amends with her estranged father.
In March 2022 she offered a fresh, accessible, and groovy version of the famous song of 1987 "Joe le Taxi" , delivering very smooth and inviting vocals. The new material stands apart from Tiphanie Doucet’s previous releases with the new lo-fi electronic sound that she co-produced for the first time. Charming all English listeners with sultry French lyrics, ‘Her last release, une love song, marks a new, exciting phase in Doucet’s rich career.
In November she started touring in USA and France, playing songs from her upcoming album with her harp, her guitar, her keyboard and a computer. She notably opened for French artist Emma Peters in the South of France.
Fans of Feist, Charlotte Gainsbourg, or Saint Etienne will have their hearts stolen by Tiphanie’s earnest lyrics and calming, yet majestic take on alternative-tinged electro folk-pop.