Loïc April returns with a second song, ‘Fleur de violence’, off his self-titled debut album due out March 30th. The single accentuates longings that might bubble (still) just underneath the skins of our daily lives. April depicts this as the riffs and rhythms in his songs, communicating the un-communicable. A certain element in any kind of human relationship.
Well, we humans aren’t perfect, by any means (we’re sure you knew that). But that imperfection makes things move forward sometimes. It’s frustrating, infuriating at times, but the circumspection and allegations to the righteousness of it existing is profoundly a…
The music video is directed by Philippe Beauséjour (Duchess Says, Solids, IDALG). We can see the musicians who actually play on the album; Olivier Van Tassel on bass, Jonathan Charette on drums, Denis-Paul Mazerolle on guitar and finally Loïc on vocals and guitar.
“The lyrics evoke solitude, social anxiety and disillusionment, and borrow from both ecclesiastical and mythological vocabulary. The critically-acclaimed songwriter Philippe B acted as a mentor during the writing process.”
Take penance, my brilliant soul. Drive on forward to the mass growth in emotions and nostalgia. The emotive concert in the dripping constance of ‘Fleur de Violence’, encapsulates that feeling, deep within – undefined, with unlimited eyes watching upwards.
Loïc April’s Montreal album launch par-tay will take place on the same day at Casa del Popolo.
March 30, 2018 Montreal, QC // Casa del Popolo (Album launch show)
May 18-20, 2018 Sainte-Thérèse, QC // Santa Teresa