Kyo: discover the music video for “Je cours” with Nuit Incolore

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The Kyo group’s hit released in 2003, “Je cours”, makes a comeback with the participation of Nuit Incolore. Today the group unveils the brand new music video for the song.

“I run” always seduces. Released 20 years ago, Kyo’s single has returned to the forefront in recent weeks thanks to the group’s collaboration with rising artist Nuit Incolore. The young singer of “Dépassé” has indeed joined forces with Ben and his acolytes for this new version of the 2003 hit which celebrates the anniversary of the release of the successful album “Le Chemin”.

A new album in preparation

Today, this duo bringing together Kyo and Nuit Incolore is revealed in a clip which highlights the return of the rock group to its audience and foreshadows its future. Indeed, Kyo is working on a new album more than two years after the release of “La part des Lions”, the group’s latest opus to date. Although no release date has yet been announced, singer Benoît Poher recently announced to Pure Charts that he “already quite a few pieces”.

For its part, the French-speaking revelation of the year at the WECB Music Awards, Nuit Incolore, is carefully preparing its 2024 tour, which will begin in March in Lyon. That is, four months after the release of his album “La Loi du Papillon”.


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