PREVIEW: Quétier – Shoot Again

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Discover an exclusive preview on WECB France of “Shoot Again”, the new single by French singer Quétier.

WECB invites you to discover “Shoot Again”, Quétier’s new music video. Directed by Jonathan Perrut, the clip is available via the player below:

In this new song with disco accents, the singer tells the story of the revenge of the cam girls. The narrator, employed to do virtual peep shows, rebels, takes her client to task and likes to reverse the roles.

She explains :

This is a new extract from Hard To Follow, his next studio album, due out March 29. We also find the songs “No Fear” and “Walkin’ On A Wire”. She takes advantage of this record to change her image. “It was the right place at the right time” she declares. “Its configuration corresponds to my desire for emancipation: open, because I am embarking on a new profession where everything is possible; and open-minded, because I do not abandon my other passions, comedy or writing. »

The title of the album is self-explanatory: “I may seem ‘difficult to follow’ but in reality these different universes respond to each other and feed each other. »


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