A Canadian music dynasty just got bigger.

Recently, Rowan Maida, the 19-year-old son of artists Raine Maida and Chantal Kreviazuk, who goes by the mononym rowan, dropped his debut single.

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The song, titled “Mountains”, was released last month, and in a departure from his parents musical stylings, the song is an atmospheric, R&B-influenced bop.

“I’ve been talking to the mountains/Cause they can’t run away from me, no,” he sings on the track. “They’re confusing all that we know/What’s really going on around us.”

In 2012, when he was just 8, rowan spoke about his musical ambitions, and making sure his work as a budding artist doesn’t get stolen.

“Kids don’t realize you send one of your voice memos and someone can just go and steal that now,” he told National Observer.

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Raine is best known as the frontman for Canadian band Our Lady Peace, while Kreviazuk is a three-time Juno winner, and had her biggest hit with her take on “Leaving On a Jet Plane” from the soundtrack to “Armageddon”.