Alice Limoges released the track “Renascence” on Feb. 24, and you can stream it everywhere.

A four-song EP will be released in June. Previously, Limoges has released four independent albums.

Limoges’ statement about the song referenced the Edna St. Vincent Millay’s poem “Renascence,” penned a century ago as the writer took in a view of Mount Battie from Camden and experienced a traumatic spiritual vision.

Limoges grew up on a horse farm a stone’s throw from that very spot.

Her own renascence took place when the pandemic resulted in her moving from New York City back to Maine where she spent time with her family and offered virtual music lessons from her childhood bedroom. Best of all, Limoges reconnected to making music for her own enjoyment.

Limoges has no plans to leave her home state.

The song “Renascence,” with ocean and nature sounds along with acoustic guitar and cello, features Limoges’ tender yet passionate voice, as she sings about her return to Maine and the happiness it has brought her.

Here’s “Renascence:”

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