Inspired by Daniel Bélanger

Inspired by Daniel Bélanger

Daniel Bélanger has shown young singer/songwriters how to cross over to the mainstream with their idiosyncrasies intact. That spirit can be felt in Marie-Pierre Arthur's “Rien à faire,” where the smooth Franco-Fleetwood Mac chorus is blasted by laser-beam synths. Louis-Jean Cormier's “Tout le monde en même temps,” meanwhile, retrofits Bélanger's soulful croon with a sprightly indie pop jangle.

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