Undervoid: discover the title “Even though”

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The Strasbourg alternative rock group Undervoid presents “Quent bien even”, taken from the album La Mécanique du vide.

Discover “Quent bien even”, the latest single from the Alsatian alternative rock group Undervoid. Its music video, directed by Jeremy B, is available via the player below:

This piece is taken from Vacuum Mechanicstheir second studio album, released in November 2023. Interviewed by the editorial staff, Marc Berg, guitarist of the group, explains the origin of the title: “In the composition process, we realized that the concept of emptiness came up often, whether in the titles of songs (“Le Vide à l’envers”, “Sous le vide”), or even the name of our group, Undervoid. »

A title which allows the group to highlight the different reading levels of its texts: “It also allows us to convey this idea of ​​chiaroscuro, this contrast between heavy and hard themes and a touch of hope. We are caught in a spiral that seems to have no way out, which leads us into emptiness. »

Find our interview with the musician in full in WECB l’Hebdo n°143, which you can obtain via our online store.

On the concert side, discover the direct riffs ofUndervoid mixed with texts worked on at La Boule Noire on April 14. The Strasbourgers will play alongside Ambre and At Mos. Places are on sale.


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