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October 23, 2020 — Life can change in an instant. That saying has never been more relevant than it is today. In the blink of an eye, our world has been turned upside-down and forever changed by pandemic and protest, political upheaval and climate change, racism and revolution. Thankfully, there are glimmers of light in the darkness: Neighbours who help each other. Activists who campaign for change. And artists who unite us with timely, touching works, like Francine Honey's new double single "2020 Vision” and “Can't Press Reset” — available now!

"’2020 Vision’ is a song about what was supposed to happen in 2020," the Ontario-based singer-songwriter explains, while "’Can't Press Reset’ is a song that summarizes what has actually happened in 2020 and a transformational call to action.” 

Like all of us, Honey had big plans for the year — some that were decades in the making, as she relates in the soulful piano ballad “2020 Vision.” "’2020 Vision’ speaks to working towards a goal in your life and, to many of us, that is retirement,” she muses. “Looking forward to the days when you don't have to work so hard to earn a living, when you are free to do what you want to do.” 

“We are all working towards goals,” she continues. “For me, being a single mother and sole provider for my children, I wanted to make sure I wasn't a burden for my children and would be able to retire with financial security, and 2020 was the year I had been working towards. 

“I had all kinds of dreams and plans for what would happen, what I would do when I retired.”

And like all of us, those goals were instantly dashed when "the world, the whole year and all our plans went down the tubes,” as she chronicles in the gently chugging straight-up Americana folk-rocker “Can't Press Reset.” "It is a song that speaks of the transformation that is required when more than just a simple fix is needed. Whether it is dealing with a world-wide pandemic, systemic racism, or with situations in your own life where you feel trapped and/or unable to breathe. It is a song that has lyrics with many layers if you are willing to dig down deep into the issues that lie ahead, and the question of what comes next?” 

Like most of her work, both tracks are personal yet universal. And while they are unafraid to confront the darkness, they offer a light at the end of our current tunnel.

Cut as always in Nashville with GRAMMY-nominated producer Neilson Hubbard (Mary Gauthier, John Prine, Jason Isbell) and a roster of first-call players — though "Can't Press Reset” was finished in her home studio after the pandemic hit — the two songs are the latest preview of her upcoming fifth project entitled Unfinished Business. Previous glimpses include the singles “I Carry On” (written with songwriting friend and neighbour, Robert Gray) and “Red Sky,” a gritty and dreamy flight through change released in October 2019.

For Francine Honey, her own flight through life's changes has been years in the making. 

A mother of two, the former federal civil servant is finally living the dream: She has the love of her life, and the career she long denied herself. Little did she know she'd ever be a professional songwriter. Although she's made music since childhood — "I wrote my first song in 1976" — Honey never dreamed of making it a career. Instead, she studied math and computers, got married, had kids and worked as a project manager. Her life seemed perfect. Then a near-simultaneous breakup and job loss forced her to relocate, find a new career and raise a family alone. Music went on the back burner; she never stopped writing, but songs went unfinished — until her kids fixed that.

“When my 18-year-old daughter and 16-year-old son kept telling me to ‘get a life, Mom!’ they really were showing wisdom beyond their years. After spending time thinking about what my life would be after they left the nest, I realized I had stories to share, and there was still an opportunity for me to at least try and turn my musical hobby into my profession.” 

So, she left her federal government job in 2013 to pursue music full-time under her maiden name Francine Leclair. Along the way, the down-to-earth artist has displayed extraordinary dedication to her craft. She self-produced her 2008 debut album An Ordinary Woman in her living room. It was followed in 2014 by Re-Drawn, produced by Lang Bliss in Nashville. The latter includes the song "I Soldier On" and its French partner "Je Vis Sans Limites" in support of the Soldier On fund in Canada. In 2015, she also re-recorded many of her early songs for the EP An Ordinary Woman (In Studio) with Mark Plancke of SharkTank Productions in Windsor, ON.

Honey took a few years to work on her craft, studying, exploring and chasing her sound. In 2018, she began working with GRAMMY-nominated producer Neilson Hubbard in Nashville, TN. Honey recorded her full-length album to be continued… live off the floor in six days. to be continued… has received critical acclaim Internationally, and her song “Stay” was a finalist in the 2018 International Songwriting Competition in two categories; Honey’s songwriting was recognized from more than 19,000+ entries around the world, receiving semi-finalist nominations in both the Americana and Blues categories. In addition, “Stay” was a semi-finalist in the 2018 Canadian Songwriting Competition (Folk/Singer/Songwriter). The Austin Songwriting Group in Texas awarded her first-place honours in the Country category for “Stay” and first place in the Singer-Songwriter category for “Can’t Break Through To You” in April 2020, along with five other song placements including third-place honours for “I Carry On” in the Inspirational category.

2019 saw Honey release a few singles, starting with “Flocons de neige sur mes cils,” the French counterpart of “Snowflakes On My Eyelashes.” This was followed by “Chez mon oncle Lucien,” a song written around the Hangman’s Reel that her grandmother used to play on her violin.  This song is a traditional French-Canadian song with the memory of doing maple syrup at her Uncle’s farm. The full-length holiday album Take Me To The North Pole was released in December 2019.

Honey’s music has received critical acclaim and sees airplay on CBC, Radio-Canada, BBC, AM800, CTV, SiriusXM, Folk Roots Radio, and more across Canada, the US, UK, Germany, Australia and the Netherlands. Her over 20k+ fans online are very happy she left her government career to pursue music full-time. She performs regularly on-line with her series “Honey In Your Coffee” and streams almost every live venue performance. 

Her belief that music gets you through life and her commitment to helping people feel less alone by sharing life through song connects people across the world to support each other. Most recently, her campaign last year to touch those suffering with grief through the holidays with her song and video “Snowflakes On My Eyelashes” and the French counterpart garnered over 1.5 million views, but most importantly continues to connect people grieving from all over the world. It’s no wonder that the stunning video for “Snowflakes On My Eyelashes” was a finalist in the UK Songwriting Contest.

As a graduate of the Berklee College of Music Professional Singer-Songwriter Certificate Program, Honey regularly makes the nine-hour drive from Ontario, Canada, to song-writing retreats in Nashville, where she has been mentored by icons like Beth Nielsen Chapman (who contributes backup vocals to Honey's “Snowflakes On My Eyelashes”), Mike Reid (I Can't Make You Love Me), Mary Gauthier (Mercy Now), Verlon Thompson (Boats to Build), Gretchen Peters (Independence Day) and Jonatha Brooke (Put the Gun Down). She is a member of the Americana Music Association, Songwriter's Association of Canada (SAC), Nashville Songwriter's Association International, and Canadian Country Music Association, and co-ordinates the SAC’s Leamington & Windsor Regional Writer's Group, mentoring other songwriters. 

Honey has showcased at the Texas Songwriters Symposium four years in a row, NSAI Tin Pan North Festival, Hugh’s Room, the WinterFolk Blues and Roots Festival in Toronto, the Kingsville Folk Music Festival and the Folk Music Ontario conference. Francine’s music and songwriting have not only taken her through Canada and the U.S but to the U.K., Switzerland and Italy.

She continues to co-write with other artists, aiming to have her music recorded by fellow performers and licensed for TV. "If I could get a song on a TV or Netflix series, that would be cool," she laughs. "But really, I just want to keep going, writing better songs. I'm finally a songwriter and I know I'll do this the rest of my life.”

“Can’t Press Reset” and “2020 Vision” are available now. 

I Carry On” is the second single being released in anticipation of her upcoming fifth project entitled 2020 Vision; a chronicle of her life story so far in song, as a double album due out later this year.  It follows the single “Red Sky” released in Oct 2019 and a full-length Holiday album entitled Take Me To The North Pole released in December 2019.  “I Carry On” was co- written with song writing friend and neighbour, Robert Gray.  Honey says “I have had my share of challenges in life struggling to make ends meet as the sole provider for my two children and somehow I always knew I’d get through them.  Robert and I were outside chatting one day as neighbours do and he told me he was going through a major health challenge with cancer.  We bonded over our mutual feeling about overcoming challenges with the help of a positive attitude, gratitude, love and songwriting! We talked about how others have inspired us in the past.  We wrote about how people are there for you when you need them and the strength that we as humans find to survive and overcome our challenges.  You just do what you have to do to get through it.”   It took us a few months to find the time to sit down to write this song we talked about writing.  When we did finally meet, it came together pretty quickly. In fact, Honey was headed down to Nashville to record her recently released Holiday album, Take Me To The North Pole.  She loved the song so much that she asked producer Neilson Hubbard if they could record the song for release in 2020.  So, Honey invited Gray to Nashville to be there is he wanted to see the song being recorded.  After recording the song, Francine asked if Robert wanted to take a stab at singing the song himself in the studio.  Luckily, he agreed and found his way to the vocal booth and sang the song.  It became clear that a duet brings new meaning to the song.  For this reason, there are two versions of “I Carry On” being released together.  The solo more country version with Honey’s vocals and a duet featuring Robert Gray which adds another dimension to the song.

Honey is not new to dealing with adversity and finding a way to “carry on”.  Her path through life and into song writing has been years in the making. A mother of two and former federal civil servant is finally living the dream. She has the love of her life, and the career she long denied herself.  Little did she know she'd ever be a professional songwriter. Although she's made music since childhood — "I wrote my first song in 1976" — Honey never dreamed of making it a career. Instead, she studied math and computers, got married, had kids and worked as a project manager. Her life seemed perfect. Then a near-simultaneous breakup and job loss forced her to re-locate, find a new career and raise a family alone. Music went on the back burner; she never stopped writing, but songs went unfinished — until her kids fixed that.

“When my 18-year-old daughter and 16-year-old son kept telling me to "Get a life, Mom!" they really were showing wisdom beyond their years. After spending time thinking about what my life would be after they left the nest, I realized I had stories to share, and there was still an opportunity for me to at least try and turn my musical hobby into my profession.” So, she left her federal government job in 2013 to pursue music full-time under her maiden name Francine Leclair.  

Along the way, the down-to-earth artist has displayed extraordinary dedication to her craft. Francine’s debut self-produced (in her living room) album An Ordinary Woman came out in 2008 and was followed in 2014 by Re-Drawn, produced by Lang Bliss in Nashville.  The latter includes the song "I Soldier On" and its French partner "Je Vis Sans Limites", in support of the Soldier On fund in Canada. In 2015, she also re-recorded many of her early songs for the EP An Ordinary Woman (In Studio) with Mark Plancke of SharkTank Productions in Windsor, ON.

Honey took a few years to work on her craft, studying, exploring and chasing her sound, until 2018, when Honey began working with Grammy-nominated producer Neilson Hubbard in Nashville TN.  Honey recorded her full-length album to be continued… live off the floor in 6 days.  to be continued… has received critical acclaim internationally.  Her song “Stay” is a finalist in the 2018 International Songwriting Competition in 2 categories.  Honey’s song writing was recognized from more than 19,000+ entries around the world, receiving semi-finalist nominations in both the Americana and Blues categories. In addition, “Stay” was a semi-finalist in the 2018 Canadian Songwriting Competition (Folk/Singer/Songwriter). The Austin Songwriting Group out of Texas awarded first place honours in the Country Category with “Stay”  and first place in the Singer-Songwriter category for “Can’t Break Through To You” in April 2020 along with 5 other song placements including a 3rd place for “I Carry On” in the Inspirational category.

2019 saw Honey release a few singles starting with “Flocons de neige sur mes cils”, the French counterpart of “Snowflakes On My Eyelashes”.  This was followed by “Chez mon oncle Lucien”, a song written around the Hangman’s Reel that her Grandmother used to play on her violin, is a traditional French-Canadian song with the memory of doing maple syrup at her Uncle’s farm.  “Red Sky” was released in October 2019, described is a gritty and dreamy flight through change.

Honey’s music has received critical acclaim and sees airplay on CBC, Radio-Canada, AM800, CTV, SiriusXM, Folk Roots Radio, and more across Canada, the US, UK, Germany, Australia and the Netherlands. Her over 20k+ fans online are very happy she left her government career to pursue music full-time. She performs regularly on-line with her series “Honey In Your Coffee” and streams almost every live venue performance. Her belief that music gets you through life and her commitment to helping people feel less alone by sharing life through song connects people across the world to support each other. Her campaign last year to touch those suffering with grief through the holidays with her song and video “Snowflakes On My Eyelashes” and the French counterpart garnered over 1.5 million views, but most importantly connected people grieving from all over the world.  It’s no wonder that the video for “Snowflakes On My Eyelashes” was a finalist in the UK Songwriting Contest.  

As a graduate of the Berklee College of Music Professional Singer-Songwriter Certificate Program, Francine regularly makes the nine-hour drive from Ontario, Canada, to song-writing workshops in Nashville, where she has been mentored by icons like Beth Nielsen Chapman (who contributes backup vocals to Honey's Snowflakes On My Eyelashes), Mike Reid (I Can't Make You Love Me), Mary Gauthier (Mercy Now), Verlon Thompson (Boats to Build), Gretchen Peters (Independence Day) and Jonatha Brooke (Put the Gun Down). Francine is a member of the Americana Music Association , Songwriter's Association of Canada (SAC), Nashville Songwriter's Association International, and Canadian Country Music Association. She co-ordinates the SAC’s Leamington &Windsor Regional Writer's Group, mentoring other songwriters. She has showcased at the Texas Songwriters Symposium four years in a row, NSAI Tin Pan North Festival, Hugh’s Room, the WinterFolk Blues and Roots Festival in Toronto, the Kingsville Folk Music Festival and the Folk Music Ontario conference. Francine’s music and songwriting have not only taken her through Canada and the U.S but to the U.K., Switzerland and Italy. 

She continues to co-write with other artists, aiming to have her music recorded by fellow performers and licensed for TV. "If I could get a song on Grey's Anatomy or another TV or Netflix series, that would be cool," she laughs. "But really, I just want to keep going, writing better songs. I'm finally a songwriter and I know I'll do this the rest of my life.”

Hard-luck stories can have happy endings. Especially in Francine Honey's world. The bilingual Ontario singer-songwriter's third album To Be Continued... features tales of heartache and struggle, loss and crisis — many drawn from her own life. Along the way, the down-to-earth performer also shares two fundamental lessons: You are not alone, and hope is always around the corner. A songwriter since childhood, and a former civil servant, Francine packs a lifetime of emotion into every song. Her music has taken her across Canada and the U.S., and on to the U.K., Switzerland and Italy.

Bilingual Ontario singer-songwriter Francine Honey's third album To Be Continued... features tales of heartache and hope delivered with her usual mix of Americana, Country, Rock, Canadiana and Blues.

Bilingual Ontario singer-songwriter Francine Honey's third album To Be Continued... features tales of heartache and hope. Francine has performed across North America, the U.K., Europe, Switzerland and Italy.

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WHAT THE PRESS ARE SAYING

Can't Press Reset

  • Lost Song
  • Too Much Love
  • Zimel
"A little country with the grandiose
Francine Honey
and her golden voice...Can’t Press Reset is a melancholy ode to this year 2020 very special…”

"Un peu de country avec la grandiose
Francine Honey
et sa voix d'or, en direct du Canada ! "Can't Press Reset" est une ode mélancolique à cette année 2020 très spéciale..."
 
 
 

“...a song that captures Honey’s undeniable charm with hues of Americana, folk and country gatherings…"

 

https://toomuchlovemagazine.com/francine-honey-cant-press-reset/

“... cute reflection on this entire period of global pandemic and social mobilizations, country-American style.”

-Zimel Magazine

https://www.facebook.com/zimel.com.br/posts/3501955433220911

I Carry On

  • VENTS MAGAZINE
  • Indiepulse
  • Front Porch Music
  • Entertainment Eyes
  • Celebrity Zones
  • Parapop
  • Indiepulse Music
  • Music Existence
  • Gashouse Radio
  • Canadian Beasts
“Honey doesn’t need any bells and whistles when she sings; she’s got her voice...melodic gold…
-RJ Frometa
 
 
 

" The lyrics dance like lovers unaware that the world is about the end in the duet, and even when the music fades away, it’s hard to shake the harmonies that they give themselves over to for at least 24 hours..."

-Mindy McCall

https://indiepulsemusic.com/2020/05/23/francine-honey-is-back-with-i-carry-on/

"When you listen to the lyrics of this song, you will find that you can relate to many of the sentiments in the song. Including asking yourself “Where does this courage come from?” when you get through a challenging situation...

These two make great writing partners!

This song is more than just a great message though. It’s also a great melody. It’s a song that you’re going to want to add to your playlists and enjoy over and over again."

Front Porch Music

http://frontporchmusic.ca/music/francine-honey-releases-i-carry-on/?fbclid=IwAR2DvgSopDohrpfMhkGn6Pxg_CaeqS49YMG3m3MjAhu3RP1Yk89GbSz13Ds

“...a message of inspiration... Honey texturizes every word of the lyrics with a melodic fragility that is breathtaking in a track like this one." 

-Samuel Pratt

https://entertainmenteyes.com/2020/05/23/singer-songwriter-francine-honey-releases-new-single-video/

"When you get a couple of singers like Robert Gray and Francine Honey together for a duet, you can rest assured that sparks are going to fly, and that’s exactly what happens in the new video for the single “I Carry On.” The collaborative take on “I Carry On” sees this pair of players drawing the boldest harmonies from each other possible. "

-Levi Colston

https://celebrityzones.com/2020/05/23/i-carry-on-by-francine-honey/ 

"A serene song that manages to captivate us on this cold day…"

-Parapop

https://parapop.net/francine-honey-i-carry-on/

"Francine Honey successfully transitions Canadian country singer to the internationally-recognized songwriting master she’s undeniably been for at least the last two years...As a vocalist, Gray is the masculine yin to Honey’s yang, warming up the backend of the track with a throaty melody that sways beside hers like a leaf in the summer wind."

-Mindy McCall

https://indiepulsemusic.com/2020/05/23/francine-honey-is-back-with-i-carry-on/

“...you’re guaranteed to feel the signature chills this composition sets off whenever it’s played...one of the most important artists to keep your eye on in the Canadian underground.”

 

https://musicexistence.com/blog/2020/06/16/single-review-francine-honeys-i-carry-on/

“...a lush ballad anyone with a taste for country-pop can appreciate. Steeped in Americana and mild singer/songwriter themes, “...a musician clearly on the verge of breaking through the mainstream...She’s onto another winning formula here."

 

-Sebastian Cole

http://gashouseradio.com/2020/06/i-carry-on-single-by-francine-honey/

"The song is a testament to the human spirit and its ability to overcome the challenges that life throws our way. It asks the question: Where does this courage come from?"

 

-Jenna Melanson

 

https://canadianbeats.ca/2020/05/14/five-questions-with-francine-honey/

To Be Continued

  • Skopemag
  • Indiepulse
  • TakeEffectReviews
  • GashouseRadio
  • Vents
  • Music Existence
  • IndieShark
  • IndieMindyMusic

“...brimming with warm harmonies that are as sprawling in style as they are simple in design...a picture window into the heart of one of country’s burgeoning powerhouses."

-Gwen Waggoner

https://skopemag.com/2019/05/24/francine-honeys-stay 

“...finding her place atop a crowded country hierarchy...intimate and charismatic…a noteworthy highpoint in her young career."

-Mindy McCall

https://indiepulsemusic.com/2019/05/23/francine-honey-drops-new-single/ 

“..a rich, welcoming adventure for those who who embrace pensive, cautious and gorgeous songwriting.”

-TAKE EFFECT REVIEWS

https://takeeffectreviews.com/reviews-1#/francinehoneytobecontinued/ 

“..a classy singer doing what she does better than most anyone else in her scene can...If there’s one artist that serious Americana aficionados should be following this year, it is unquestionably Francine Honey, who is pulling out the big guns in her new music video and rebelling against the meager standards of a mainstream country sound that is anything but exciting these days."

-Sebastian Cole

http://gashouseradio.com/2019/05/francine-honey-single-stay/ 

“..a life lesson in the form of a melodic poem...a stellar record, and this single and music video are its crown jewel." 

-RJ Frometa

https://ventsmagazine.com/2019/06/05/francine-honey-releases-new-music/

 

 “..a rootsy ballad worth your time...music enthusiasts who live for contemplative Americana really can’t go wrong with what Francine Honey has compiled for us in “Stay,” which collectively sets the bar just a little higher.." 

-Michael Stover

https://musicexistence.com/blog/2019/06/06/singer-songwriter-francine-honey-has-been-on-a-wild-ride/ 

“..a strong singer/songwriter sensibility far outside the purview of many of her peers and contemporaries...brimming over with wisdom and..freewheeling musical spirit."

-Mark Druery

https://indieshark.com/music-reviews/francine-honey-releases-to-be-continued/

"To Be Continued ...peaks at just the right points….“Shacked-Up Sweetie” is a glorious blast of honky tonk with gritty snap in the guitar work and an appealing bluesy yet commercial sound." 

-Drew Blackwell

http://indiemindymusic.blogspot.com/2019/04/francine-honey-releases-her-junior.html 

Red Sky

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  • FROM THE STRAIT
  • FRONT PORCH

“...entrancing new single…”
CONVERSATIONS ABOUT HER
https://conversationsabouther.net/francine-honey-shares-new-track-red-sky-music-news/ 

“..gritty, yet dreamy, with her own unique take on the folk/country genres."
FROM THE STRAIT
http://www.fromthestrait.com/articles/8-tracks-collection-iv/ 

This song is the first single that Francine has released since her critically acclaimed album “To Be Continued…”. This song features deep rich vocals that are treated and accompanied by deep harmonies that compliment her vocals beautifully. This song sends shivers down your spine, and ensures that you keep listening.”

http://frontporchmusic.ca/music/francine-honey-new-single-red-sky/

Take Me To the North Pole

  • Rolling Stone
  • Rick Keene Radio
  • CBC London
  • RootsMusic

"Check out the three originals! ..I have been won over by the charm of their musical personality!"

-Connor Ratliff

https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-lists/new-christmas-albums-2019-reviewed-930467/chicago-xxxvii-chicago-christmas-931005/

"Francine and her album are so delightful. Corny? Yes. Truthful? Yes. Just like Christmas itself? Yes.
On her fourth release – Francine is in a merry mood for a few reasons. Mostly – her new album sounds like she wanted it to sound. Live on the floor with very few tweaks and a lot of musicianship. Add Francine’s vocals – it is Christmas magic."

-Rick Keene

"There's nothing like some good Christmas music, even from the unlikeliest of places! Written in the summer, and recorded during a heat wave!"

-Chris dela Torre

https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-80-afternoon-drive/clip/15751836-sw-sounds-francine-honey?fbclid=IwAR27WaQnGbeSK0tYR4v5nKcRdF7hUSa8fY7lZHmuAd-FlLrkCskcXcvf4Sg

“Christmas Round My Tree... a bittersweet ode to those feeling grief or loneliness during the most social time of the year."

-Heather Kitching

https://www.rootsmusic.ca/2019/12/09/check-out-francine-honeys-holiday-americana/

RADIO INTERVIEWS…

"tobecontinued..."
One Sheet

Francine Honey Album to be continued One Sheet

ACCOLADES…

Nominated as IndieShark’s
‘2019 Album Of The Year’!

“..a strong singer/songwriter sensibility far outside the purview of many of her peers and contemporaries…brimming over with wisdom and..freewheeling musical spirit.”
INDIE SHARK MUSIC

PICK OF THE WEEK!
“Sensuous string arrangements and vivacious vocal spectacles are what I’ve come to expect from Honey, and she delivers nothing short of her very best in this latest release…She’s got a fire that I don’t see going out any time soon.”
INDIESHARK

“I Carry On” Was added to Cashbox Canada’s Top 20 Pick Hit list!

ISC SONG NAME CATEGORY
ISC2018_SemiFinalist-logo HONEY AMERICANA
ISC2018_SemiFinalist-logo STAY** AMERICANA**
ISC2018_SemiFinalist-logo STAY** LOVE SONGS**
ISC2018_SemiFinalist-logo HONEY BLUES
ISC2018_SemiFinalist-logo STAY UNSIGNED ONLY

**STAY IS A FINALIST IN TWO CATEGORIES IN THE INTERNATIONAL SONGWRITING COMPETITION**

2018 Canadian Songwriting Competition SEMI FINALIST Song: “Stay” Category: Folk/Singer/Songwriter on the album “To Be Continued…”

2017 Canada South Songwriting Contest Finalist – song “Mamas Take Bad Dreams Away” on To Be Continued…

Texas Songwriter’s Symposium – Canadian Showcase Artist 4 years in a row.

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