Featuring Camille Faure's sultry vocals over Robin Faure's finely tuned guitar melodies, the alt-pop single presents an enveloping atmosphere, like the rest of the songs included on their latest album, inviting us to urgently connect with ourselves as well as the living. “This track gives its name to the album and resounds like a warlike call (brought in particular by the use of taikos),” said the creative minds behind this talented musical project. “The road is marked out, some obstacles are visible to the naked eye, others will probably appear with time, but we know where we are going, why and nothing will stop us,” they add.
Black Lilys opened for French artist Zaz in their first Royal Albert hall gig earlier this year. One more achievement for the artists who began in their teens making music a way to express themselves freely and connect with themselves. Since they began to write their first songs in their father's garage, they have not stopped working to consolidate their personal vision in the music scene, with singles that exceed two million streams on Spotify. And this music video, which comes along with the announcement of two release parties in Lyon and Paris, shows that they are on the right track.