Klô Pelgag shares “Rémora”
New release date for Klô Pelgag’s album



Due to the current worldwide pandemic, singer-songwriter Klô Pelgag is postponing the release of her new album Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs. The record will be out via Secret City Records and a new release date will be communicated to the public shortly. Today, Klô Pelgag is unveiling “J’aurai les cheveux longs”, a touching song about reconciliation.

Klô explains : “It is with a heavy heart that I must announce that the current circumstances have forced us to postpone the release date of the album. The crisis we are going through is paralyzing record production lines, which had to close down.

I know that several of you will be disappointed by this news, and so am I. The whole team strongly believes in this album, and we’re convinced that it deserves all the attention in the world. Said attention is overwhelmed by this exceptional situation that is affecting every one of us, to various degrees. I really hope you will understand this decision. Additionally, tickets for the concert at MTelus will no longer go on sale on April 1st, but at a later date.

However, in order to provide some relief and to brighten your home confinement, we’ve decided to share with you a second single, ‘J’aurai les cheveux longs.’ This is a song about waiting, and a call for reconciliation. For some of you, this situation might make you want to think things over or to mend fences with some people, to forgive or to be forgiven, even if you’re not to blame. You might also think about the relationships that deserve to be preserved and those you should let go.

Klô also highlights the string arrangements on “J’aurai les cheveux longs” signed by renowned musician Owen Pallett. She shares her gratitude towards him : “it is truly an honor to have Owen Pallett put his magic on this song.”

Sing “J’aurai les cheveux longs” by following the lyric video by clicking here.

Watch the documentary about Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs by clicking here.

Pre-order and pre-save Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs to your music library.

Watch the video for “Rémora” by clicking here.