H-Burns on French tour

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French folk musician H-Burns will present new music during a series of dates across France.

Don’t miss the next concerts of H-Burns across France ! Places are available.

Here are all the dates:

  • January 17: La Hague cultural space
  • February 15: La Marbrerie (Montreuil)
  • February 16: Le Family Cultural Center (Landerneau)
  • February 17: The Archipelago (Fouesnant)
  • March 21: The Music Box (Issoudun)
  • March 22: Jovence cultural center (LouvignĂ©-du-dĂ©sert)
  • March 29: François Mitterrand Cultural Space (Canteleu)
  • May 7: Théâtre de l’Esplanade (Draguignan)

These concerts will be an opportunity for H-Burns to present on stage new pieces, from the “extended version” of Sunset Park, scheduled for February 2. The musician decided not to reveal the content, but nevertheless specified that this version will only be available in dematerialized format.

It will be released almost a year to the day after the first version of Sunset Parkavailable since February 3, 2023. It includes the singles “Morning Flight”, “Late Bloomers”, and even “Dark Eyes” (with Dominique A).

Regarding the latter, he declared in an interview with the editorial staff: “I have been a big fan of Dominique since his debut. I didn’t know him but I asked him, through a mutual friend, if he would accept this collaboration. I was delighted that he accepted. We recorded the song over the course of a day in a studio in Nantes, where he lives. I had entrusted him with a theme that he masterfully appropriated, with his text and his words in French, and mine in the language of Shakespeare. »

See you on the next dates to discover the surprises that H-Burns has in store, without forgetting these titles already proven on stage.


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