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Health Excluded - Crow taken from violent "access of anger" because of COVID-19: its touching confidences

10:50  07 april  2022
10:50  07 april  2022 Source:   parismatch.com

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EXCLU - Corneille pris de violents “accès de colère” à cause du Covid-19 : ses touchantes confidences © Screenshot Excluded - Crow taken from violent "Access of anger" because of COVID-19: its touching confidences with Gala magazine, kiosks this April 7, Corneille has sprung up on the adverse effects of confinement. As many, this period has been difficult to live for the artist.

His texts retranscribe his experience. Corneille is back in the bins with its latest pink ink album. In the columns of the GALA magazine, published on April 7, the 45-year-old singer spoke of his creative process. His texts "are just extensions of our table conversations with our children." The peculiarity is that the writing of this album took place during the confinement because of the CVIV-19. The pandemic is therefore the red thread of this opus.

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As Corneille explains, "the starting idea was to respond to this ambient malaise, especially during the pandemic." This period was anxogeneous for many people. In the incomprehension and in the inability to act, the feelings mixed ... The artist wanted to put words on "these access of anger who spoke sometimes violently." but out of the question for him to make a depressive album. "To these messages written with red blood ink , I tried to answer by texts written in pink ink" confides. Here is the story behind the title of his album!

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Corneille touched by war in Ukraine

If the war in Ukraine has a special resonance at Crow, it is because the artist has lived the Rwandan genocide at 16. "I have a special relationship with the war because has lived in my childhood, in Rwanda" has entrusted Gala. Faced with the images of the Ukrainians, the singer remembers very well of "the exodus, these steps, these population displacements." He lived it. It is also the only survivor of the massacre. His family did not survive. Although the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelensky, does his utmost for his citizens, Crow knows that it is not enough. "I know that in the end, is always the people who suffer the hardestly , and not the leaders who always ask for more weapons to fight" does he know with emotions. With dread, Crow observes by far the story dramatically ...

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Our interview with Crow is to read in full in the new gala number, on the kiosk this Thursday, March 31 or available by clicking here . You can also receive Gala at home every Thursday taking advantage of a subscription offer without commitment !

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