Guylaine Tanguay sends a message of hope in song
Guylaine Tanguay is launching a music video starring confined Quebecers. The singer has appealed to everyone over the past few days to receive the photos that have enabled images to be put on the song I believe in us, her message of hope in words and in music.
The performer offers the piece in duet with Maxime Landry. It is a French adaptation signed Nelson Minville of the success I Run To You popularized by Lady Antebellum.
In the past few days, Guylaine Tanguay, who addresses his fans every evening via his Facebook page, has asked to send him photos illustrating their “confined daily life”. The collected photos scroll through the video.
The play is the first extract from the artist’s next album, Guylaine Tanguay Country, to be released on May 8. The album will be available for pre-order from April 24.