Following the release of the Soldier video and a summer tour across Western Canada, BEYRIES now presents J’aurai cent ans, a song written by Maxime Le Flaguais that she put to music. Louis-Jean Cormier, who produced the track, lends his warm voice in a way that brilliantly compliments hers, resulting in a soft and touching performance. The ballad perfectly represents BEYRIES’ sound. The music is captivating and takes us back to what is essential: the human heart.
The Québécois actor/poet Maxime Le Flaguais has quite a few works up his sleeve. He has a great love for his friend’s voice, as well as her knack for melodies, and so he offered her one of his poems. She picked up her guitar and the song took form musically in a matter of minutes. I was blown away, he says.
J’aurai cent ans will be featured on BEYRIES’ debut album, made up of mostly-English material, to be released on February 24th, 2017 via Bonsound. In the meantime, the Montreal-based artist will open for Safia Nolin on a few dates.
02/11/16 Rimouski, QC // Cabaret Espace Scène - Salle Desjardins Telus &
03/11/16 Quebec City, QC // Le Cercle &
21/01/17 Saint-Adolphe, QC // La Chèvre &
18/02/17 Joliette, QC // La Mitaine &
02/03/17 Sainte-Thérèse, QC // Cabaret BMO Sainte-Thérèse ^
18/03/17 Granby, QC // La Salle Rouge ^
& Opening for Safia Nolin
^ Opening for Groenland