Just a few days before launching her debut album The Paradise Club, Claudia Bouvette now presents Solo Night, a new pop gem with a striking music video. This new single follows the release of the other empowering tracks unveiled previously: the bubbly BBZ, the tender ballad Miss Blumenfeld (Claudia's first song in French), the emancipating earworm Douchebag, and G-GIRL, an addictive song reminiscent of the early 2000s.
Carried by a strong groove, a catchy chorus and a refined melody, Solo Night stands out with its subtle bass line and 80s sounding drums. Produced by Connor Seidel (Charlotte Cardin, Les soeurs Boulay), this new single is the story of an independent woman who prioritizes her happiness. The song is an ode to freedom in which the young woman frees herself from a toxic relationship and voices her desire to spend a night alone or with friends. Tell me you don't see me and know that I'm way too good for you, Imma split now, Imma call my, Imma call my girls up, sings the young artist.
Directed by Lou-Pascal Tremblay, the music video shows Claudia Bouvette in various settings and colorful lighting, through a sequence that complements the rhythm of the song. Wearing several different looks that follow one another, the young singer exudes self-confidence as she lets herself be carried away by the music of this empowering anthem.
The Paradise Club Show, the official launch concert of the album, will take place at Studio TD in Montreal on June 2nd. In the coming months, Claudia Bouvette will also perform at several festivals across Quebec, including Festival Santa Teresa, Festivoix de Trois-Rivières and Festival d'été de Québec. See the list below for all the dates.
21/05 Sainte-Thérèse, QC - Festival Santa Teresa
02/06 Montreal, QC - Studio TD (The Paradise Club Show)
09/07 Trois-Rivières, QC - Festivoix
12/07 Quebec City, QC - Festival d’été de Québec
28/07 Sainte-Hyacinthe - Expo Agricole
06/08 Sorel-Tracy, QC - IO Expérience
04/09 Gatineau, QC - Festival de montgolfières de Gatineau