Sister Soleil


Sister Soleil is an eclectic alternative rock outfit pioneered by Stella Soleil Katsoudas (Dirty Little Rabbits, Whorse). Sister Soleil's first independent release 'Drown Me in You' was released in 1996. With incredible live shows incorporating ballet choreography and a strong visceral stage performance, Drown Me in You sold 20,000 copies and Sister Soleil was signed to Universal Records to release 'Soularium' in 1998 which was recorded at Peter Gabriel's Real World Studio and featured collaborations with Peter Gabriel, Corey Taylor (Slipknot) and Joseph Arthur. In 2001 Stella released 'Dirty Little Secret' under the moniker Stella Soleil. After selling 350,000 copies, Katsoudas announced a hiatus. In 2007 Stella joined Shawn Crahan's (Slipknot) Dirty Little Rabbits which is currently signed on 'The End' Records. In 2010, Stella announced the forthcoming Sister Soleil album 'Eskimo' which was written and recorded with Ed Antone in Omaha, Nebraska. Stella decribed 'Eskimo' to be similar to both Soularium and Drown Me in You while bringing a new sound that Sister Soleil followers are expected to enjoy.

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