Laurence-Anne presents video for “Vitesse”

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Between dreams and realities, the video is an unforgettable musical and visual experience.

Canadian pop singer, Laurence-Anneknown for her debut album Premiere appearance, He recently released his third album titled Oneiromancie. This latest work, published in September 2023 under the label Bonsoundimmerses listeners in a world of dreams and nightmares, exploring the deepest corners of the artist’s subconscious.

The lead single from this album, “Vitesse”has been accompanied by a music video directed by Didier Pigeon-Perreault. In this video, Laurence-Anne immerses itself in a rodeo where the monochromatic tones and setting reflect the tension and darkness present in the song, creating a visual experience that perfectly complements the melody and lyrics.

Laurence-Anne has also announced a tour of Mexico, which will include presentations in February and March 2024. The artist will take her music to various Mexican cities, such as Mexico City, Guadalajara, Aguascalientes and Querétaro.

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With a unique visual and musical proposal, Laurence-Anne continues to captivate its followers and conquer new horizons on the international music scene. Their next step on the tour through Mexico promises to be an unforgettable experience for all lovers of pop music with a touch of mystery.


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