We Are Wolves release new video for “I Don’t Mind”!
We Are Wolves released a new video for their track “I Don’t Mind” from their album “WRONG”. Check it out below!
Crystal meditation, water purification ritual, all these take place in this modern day occult, where members are secluded in a giant mansion. The leader, a tall and stern man, interpreted by Laurent Lucas , lives there with his four sons, played by the four Schneider brothers. This time around, there’s an even greater task at hand : healing their dying mother, portrayed by Hélène Reeves.
We Are Wolves once again teams up with director Jérémie Saindon – their first collaboration took place close to a decade, with the music videos for Coconut Night and Fight and Kiss. From the very start, they’ve always pursued some mystical, occult-like quest, both musically and aesthetically. This time though, this esoteric study is pushed even further, through an intimate look into a sect facing life and death.
As Alex Ortiz, the band’s lead singer, puts it, the music video for “I Don’t Mind” is the strange junction between the Bee Gees on acid and the sinister coldness of David Lynch.
Le Trouble release remix of ‘Easy Enough’ by Aléatoire
Le Trouble are proud to release a remix of their song “Easy Enough” by Montreal-based composer/producer Charles-Alain Roy.
Charles-Alain Roy with his solo project „Aléatoire” takes the calmest song off of Le Trouble’s “Making Matters Worse” and dives it into his world of downtempo electronic pop.
After several collaborations with different vocal artists – with which he garnered attention in England, the USA and the Netherlands – the Montreal-based producer and composer takes on the soft and warm voice of singer Michael Mooney. With dark and heavy beats, Aléatoire sheds a new light on Michael Mooney’s voice and erases all melancholia while simultaneously setting a gloomy and mysterious atmosphere. Don’t hesitate to press replay!
We Are Wolves premier video for “Unknown Flowers”
Montreal trio We Are Wolves premiered their video for “Unknown Flowers” from their upcoming album “WRONG“, to be released November 3rd.
The video was directed by Montreal-based filmmaker and musician (“Choses Sauvages“) Marc-Antoine Barbier.
Listen to “Unknown Flowers” on your favorite platform here.
Watch the video here – or click here to watch it on YouTube.
We Are Wolves on Dock 7 Records, album coming soon
We’re excited to announce that we have signed We Are Wolves for Europe, the musical project of Montreal-based trio comprised of guitarist/vocalist Alexander Oritz, keyboardist/producer Vincent Levesque and drummer Pierre-Luc Bégin.
With their last albums they have garnered fans around the globe, including press such as the Rolling Stone Magazine, Pitchfork and Vice Magazine and we can’t wait for their fifth studio album “WRONG” to be released on Dock 7 Records on November 3rd!
For now, you can enjoy the first single “Unknown Flowers” off of the upcoming album here on your preferred platform.
New video and more announcements coming soon!
Le Trouble release new video for ‘Easy Enough’ & tour announcement
Montreal five-piece Le Trouble have announced another run of German tour dates, already their second tour this summer across the big pond. See the dates below.
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The video was directed by Montreal-based filmmaker Epher Heilland and features the band in industrial Montreal in the early morning hours.
20.09. – 23.09.2017 HAMBURG – Reeperbahn Festival
27.09.2017 LUXEMBURG – Den Gudden Wellen
28.09.2017 DORTMUND – Subrosa
29.09.2017 POTSDAM – KuZe (filmed by The Bandmate Sessions)
30.09.2017 HANNOVER – Bei Chez Heinz
01.10.2017 AACHEN – SÜDSTRASSENFEST 2017
Le Trouble’s ‘Making Matters Worse’ out now!
Dock 7 Records is incredibly pleased to announce Le Trouble‘s new album ‘Making Matters Worse‘ is out now!
You can listen to it on your favorite streaming service or purchase it on CD, vinyl or digital download via our Shop and other sites – or ask at your local record store!
For the full list of online purchases, follow this LINK.
Don’t miss them when they come to Germany in July!
12.07. Berlin – FluxBau
13.07. Haldern – Haldern Pop Bar
15.07. Hamburg – Molotow
20.07. Freiburg – Slow Club Freiburg
21.07. Ulm – Kradhalle
22.07. Offenbach – Hafen 2
Le Trouble are heading to Germany in July!
Summer vacation in Germany? Le Trouble can make that happen!
From Berlin to the contemplative Haldern to the Fish-City Hamburg. You will end your journey after a short trip to Freiburg and Ulm in Offenbach!
Come celebrate with them!
Dock 7 Holidays
Welcome, Le Trouble!
We’re super excited to finally announce that we’ll be releasing Le Trouble’s newest musical outpour “MAKING MATTERS WORSE” on June 9 2017!
The Montreal-based band have released their album this spring in Canada via Indica Records and have already garnered fans amongst media outlets such as Exclaim!, Noisey and MUCH, and we can’t wait for their album to be released on Dock 7 Records this summer.
For now you can listen to the first single off the album, “HOW WAS I TO KNOW?”:
All the rest: http://smarturl.it/hwitk
Don’t miss them when they come to Europe in July, it’s a party! Dates to be announced.
crimsonandblue als Doppelsupport in Hamburg
crimsonandblue starten direkt mit einem Doppel-Support ins neue Jahr. Und zwar spielt die Electro-Pop Band am 10. Januar zusammen mit der wunderbaren Enest in der Pooca Bar und am 11. Januar als Unterstützung für die zwei Dänen Lydmor & Bon Homme im kukuun – jeweils in fünfköpfiger Besetzung! (mehr …)