Oiseaux-Tempête‘s highly anticipated fourth album, Somewhere From Invisible, is nearing its release date on October 18th through Sub Rosa and following the intense and compelling ‘Weird Dancing In All-Night II’, they have shared another powerful, gripping and somber track, ‘He Is Afraid And So Am I’, featuring G.W Sok (The Ex). Other than G.W Sok, the duo of multi-instrumentalists Frédéric D. Oberland and Stéphane Pigneul enlisted the help of longtime collaborators Jean-Michel Pirès (Bruit Noir) and Mondkopf to bring the album to life, and there´s also contributions from Radwan Ghazi Moumneh (Jerusalem In My Heart) and Jessica Moss (Thee Silver Mt. Zion).
Their music “unfolds as a twilight and prophetic orchestra around G.W.Sok’s punctuated voice”, describes the press release. “The poems of Mahmoud Darwish, Ghayath Almadhoun and Yu Jian question the modern man and his double, the strange and foreign, the fragmented real, the violence, society and its mirror.”
‘He Is Afraid And So Am I’ is being offered with a video directed by As Human Pattern (Grégoire Orio & Grégoire Couvert). Watch it below.
Oiseaux-Tempête will present Somewhere From Invisible at Le Guess Who? festival on November 8th. Their special performance called ‘Oiseaux-Tempête & Friends’ will feature the guests who have collaborated on the new album, including Radwan Ghazi Moumneh, Jessica Moss, G.W. Sok and Mondkopf.