Music Monday: A Southern Tale by Yves Paquet @yvespaquetmusic

I am thrilled to share with you a new name and sound, Yves Paquet, who hails from Brazil. In the first video and song released from his new Indie album, “A Southern Tale” brings us a voice reminiscent of Sting and Colin Hay, melodic and powerful, and stylistically very much his own and a very listenable and beautiful song.

Southern belle in a southern tale
Oh nightingale, why did you flyaway?

Composer: Yves Paquet & Iskander Moens

About Yves Paquet

Short bio: Brazil-born Yves Paquet is a singer/songwriter with heart and soul. Yves Luiz Paulo Paquet started creating his own sound in the indie scene in Brazil. What followed was an intensive period in which his vocals featured on songs by Brazilian mega-stars Alok, Vintage Culture and Barely Alive, Aeroplane, The Subs with whom he scored a first #1 in the Belgian Dance Charts. After signing with Universal Music for the release of his debut album Every Now And Then, Yves has returned for the first time as a solo artist in 2021 and is currently preparing a second album exploring the wonderous lands of folk music. 

BackgroundSince my first visit to the Carnac stones as a child, I’ve been fascinated by old legends, myths and tales. Later, traveling all over Ireland, England, Bretagne,  listening to folk singers in the pubs, there was always something in that music that struck a deep chord in my heart. After Rolling Stone magazine labeled my song 25-28 last year as “folk”, I’ve started writing songs in that feeling. 

And now the video. Tell me what you think. Enjoy!

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