On Tuesday September 2, Canadian indie chanteuse Crissi Cochrane debuted a glamorous new music video, “SLEEP IN THE WILD” prior to begining her tour kicking off at the 10th Annual Shores of Erie International Wine Festival. Directed by Sean McLeod in Windsor Ontario, the video is a fun little romp, presenting Crissi as a classic natural beauty.

The video comes in advance of a string of live dates, seeing the artist open for acclaimed YouTube sensations Walk Off The Earth at the Shores of Erie International Wine Festival on Thursday in Amherstburg Ontario, followed by a short run of tour dates in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. On the East Coast, Crissi will be sharing stages and performing with members of Pony Girl, a six-piece art/rock band from Ottawa Ontario. Earlier this year, Crissi was named among the Top 10 artists nationwide in the CBC Searchlight Contest, the hunt for Canada’s best new artist.

Crissi Cochrane combines the heart of an East Coast singer-songwriter with the soul of Windsor/Detroit, living and writing in the hot sun by the homeland of Motown and industry. Native to the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, Crissi performs a sultry and soulful brand of popular music, echoing jazz, bossa nova, Motown, and R&B. Her latest album, Little Sway (2014), is available worldwide on iTunes.

The Shores of Erie International Wine Festival is celebrating 10 years on September 4-7, 2014. The 10th Annual Shores of Erie International Wine Festival combines the perfect blend of regional wines, fine cuisine and live entertainment.

This year’s festival features various Southwestern Ontario winery booths, many superb local restaurants, master chef cooking demonstrations and wine seminars, an interactive tasting bar, and a stellar line up of live musical entertainment – all on the beautiful banks of the Detroit River at Fort Malden National Historic Site of Canada in Amherstburg.

Click here for more information about the Shores of Erie International Wine Festival or here to learn more about the music and upcoming performances of Crissi Cochrane.