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Discover “Where the Black Flowers Grow”, the new single from Louisiana artist Brother Dege, from his upcoming album.

Winter does not prevent Brother Dege to do gardening. Thus comes “Where the Black Flowers Grow”, his new single. Check out its music video, directed by Brian C. Miller Richard and Natalie Kingston:

“Where the Black Flowers Grow” is the first single fromAurorasixth album by the American singer and guitarist, scheduled for March 15. “This album is about love, psychosis and the dysfunction that repeats itself in relationships and the patterns that I repeat” he explains. “I see it like an ouroboros, a snake that bites its own tail. In this context, Aurora can be compared to the spectral light that accompanies falling in love. »

On the live side, Brother Dege will present this disc through five concerts in France planned for April 2024. The dates:

  • April 12: Room not communicated (Lille)
  • April 13: La Cave (Hastière)
  • April 14: The International (Paris)
  • April 16: Molotov (Marseille)
  • April 17: Rock N Eat (Lyon)

While waiting for these concerts, discover or rediscover his live session “In My Room”, during which he performs “The Early Morn” and “The Last Man Out of Babylon”.


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