We had the chance to work with Louis-Jean Cormier, the Quebec singer-songwriter, on the release of his latest album in March. Afterwards, he hosted us on the terrace of his industrial-minimalist residence, where we chatted with him about the current situation and his creative process.

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On his third album, released five years after his last, Louis-Jean Cormier reveals himself as never before in his career. The album's universal themes, such as love and memories, are sure to resonate with listeners. It's also a happy reunion with his piano, which plays an important role on the instrumental level.

Abandoning the guitar that has often accompanied him, he makes way for new influences that change his usual style, without straying too far from it. In this new album, the songwriter dares to include tracks influenced by hip hop and RnB.

As a Quebec artist, Louis-Jean Cormier was keen to produce his promotional clothing here in Quebec. Whether you're working with cotton or melodies, it's essential for the creative community to stick together. There's nothing better for C'est beau than an artist who shares our values and uses Quebec's know-how and manpower. A harmonious match, no pun intended.

Client: Louis-Jean Cormier
Location: Rosemont-La Petite Patrie
Photographer: Drowster
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