Delgres unveils “Walking Alone”

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Blues band Delgres continues to set the stage for their upcoming album with a new single titled “Walking Alone.”

Discover “Walking Alone”, the new track by Delgres. Discover his clip, directed by Josic Jégu, via the player below:

This track is the second extract revealed from Promis le ciel, the blues trio’s next album, which will be released on February 16. Driven by an optimistic message, “Walking Alone” evokes resilience to move forward in life. The text of this piece is presented as “ua way to take control of your destiny in order to be alone in deciding your direction”. The title track is also available.

Promised Heaven comes out almost three years after the release of 4:00 AM, the group’s latest album. Pascal Danaé, singer and guitarist of the group, explained the subject of the record during an interview with the editorial staff: “It’s a way of putting a bandage on areas of my life that are sometimes a little painful, about people I’ve seen suffering around me, about certain situations. »

He takes the title “Ces mots-là” as an example: “When I write a song like “Ces mots-là” thinking about one of my older sisters who was the first to come here with my father, and how, at 10 years old, she experienced racism of France in 1958 in the teeth in Argenteuil, it’s my little path to healing…”


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