Following last night’s ADISQ Gala, Les Louanges shares a video for the song Drumz, off the Expansion Pack EP, released September 27th, via Bonsound. Following Vincent Roberge from the laundromat to the ballpark, this time we find him in the middle of a scrap yard, with a flame-thrower. The video by Pablo Escobar Tuduri perfectly renders the frantic energy of the song. Although we recognize Les Louanges' signature visual aesthetic, the video for Drumz, much like the track itself, extends a new proposition. The dark, rugged landscape, the fast moving camera, the pyrotechnics - there's a palpable hastiness throughout. In his usual self-depreciating humour, the 'MVP son-in-law', seasoned showman is as cocky as he's captivating.
Last week, Les Louanges won three Félix for his first album La nuit est une panthère : Best Musical Arrangements, Record of the year - Alternative and Record of the year - Critic’s Choice.
Only ten days after playing the MaMa Festival in Paris, Les Louanges is already heading back to Europe for an 8-shows stretch, spanning on twelve days and three countries. As he returns to Montreal by mid-November, Les Louanges will get back on the road with a series of additional dates in most cities around Quebec, in addition to playing in first show in Toronto in December. See all tour dates at leslouanges.com