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Canada Rennes. The four musicians of Bacchantes release a clip with a singular aesthetic

14:50  28 february  2021
14:50  28 february  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Les quatre chanteuses et musiciennes de Bacchantes. DR © archives The four singers and musicians of Bacchantes. DR

Sécheresse is a song of love and lack. The clip directed by Carole Thibaud was shot in 16mm film, giving it a singular aesthetic.

“Sécheresse”, comes from the 1st album of Bacchantes (Figures Libres Records) which brings together Amélie Grosselin, Claire Grupallo, Astrid Radigue and Faustine Seilman, four female artists (members of Fordamage, Mermonte…).

A warm aesthetic

Their repertoire? Old or contemporary poems, questioning love, nature, the search for freedom, which they appreciate or which they write, then which they sing in four voices. "We transcribe the poetry on a rock base which deviates a little trance, pop music and even classical" entrusted us Astrid Seilman. To accompany them, a guitar and drums, but also more exotic instruments.

Sécheresse is a song of love and lack. The clip shows desert landscapes that pass by, like a wandering, a musical road movie.

The clip was directed by Carole Thibaud, shot in 16mm color film, a particular aesthetic with a grainy and warm image “which allows the nostalgia and poetry of images to emerge” explains the director.

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