The North Wind is back with a 10th album

  • MARTIN ALARIE / JOURNAL DE MONTREAL / QMI AGENCY
  • MARTIN ALARIE / JOURNAL DE MONTREAL / QMI AGENCY
  • MARTIN ALARIE / JOURNAL DE MONTREAL / QMI AGENCY
  • MARTIN ALARIE / JOURNAL DE MONTREAL / QMI AGENCY
  • MARTIN ALARIE / JOURNAL DE MONTREAL / QMI AGENCY
  • MARTIN ALARIE / JOURNAL DE MONTREAL / QMI AGENCY
  • MARTIN ALARIE / JOURNAL DE MONTREAL / QMI AGENCY
  • MARTIN ALARIE / JOURNAL DE MONTREAL / QMI AGENCY
  • MARTIN ALARIE / JOURNAL DE MONTREAL / QMI AGENCY
  • MARTIN ALARIE / JOURNAL DE MONTREAL / QMI AGENCY
  • MARTIN ALARIE / JOURNAL DE MONTREAL / QMI AGENCY
  • MARTIN ALARIE / JOURNAL DE MONTREAL / QMI AGENCY

The North Wind is back with a 10th album

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The North Wind always blows. The training folk progressive quebec has launched, on Tuesday evening at the Théâtre Fairmount, Montreal, her 10th album.

On his opus, called “Territories”, the band gives even more importance to its values of environmentalists. Its members get involved, for two reforestation projects social with the co-operation Tree-Evolution.

The effort, which will be available as soon as Friday includes 13 songs, with the lyrics recounting the Quebec and to the sounds of calling to the dance. Over the next few months, it will be presented in several other cities, including Ottawa, London, Nantes, Boston and New York.

A few months ago, The North Wind, training, created in 2002 and has traveled the world, has unveiled “Our solo album”, the fruit of his collaboration with the group Of Time Old. She was awarded a Félix at the ADISQ Gala in 2015 for his record “Stubborn”.

Also the recipient of two Juno Awards, the quintet has taken advantage of its presence on five continents to deliver nearly 2,000 performances in their career.

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