Gazoline wants us to burn together: to Brûlensemble. The title of their
second album is meant to be understood as a call to surrender to the
night and to give everything up in the typical flamboyance of people who
don’t know what tomorrow has in store for them.
To help them translate these musical sparks into memorable choruses,
Gazoline teamed up with Julien Mineau (Malajube, Fontarabie), and used
his explosive imagination and incredible tonal abilities to produce an
album that could be described as clair-obscur: halfway between tragedy
True love belong to the rebels (L’amour véritable est aux rebelles)
declares Xavier Dufour-Thériault as he is subjected to the vertigos of
devastating passion, the anguish of bitterness, the beauties of
disinterested enchantment, the soft aggression of birds singing in the
morning, and the final despair that comes with the realization that
certains pages must be turned someday. You guessed that the singer
sometimes adopts the point of view of a boy, sometimes that of a girl,
both prisoners to the delicious toxicity of an amorous idyll.