Klô Pelgag




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Klô Pelgag is thrilled to announce her brand-new album, ‘Abracadabra’, out on 11 October via Secret City Records. The follow-up to Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs – critically acclaimed and the winner of 13 Félix awards at the ADISQ Awards – ‘Abracadabra’ is the soliloquy of a simple formula that could soften the world. Klô Pelgag has fun whilst interrogating her own certainties and anxieties, in a powerful manifesto in search of meaning. An album that reaffirms her phenomenal abilities as a composer, arranger, producer and instrumentalist, and makes her one of the outstanding creative forces of her generation. The album is now available for pre-order in CD, vinyl and digital formats. Stay tuned for the first single, which will be released in a few days’ time on all streaming platforms.

Klô Pelgag also announces the first four dates of the Abracadabra spring tour, which will start in Paris at the Café de la danse on March 17, Brussels at the Musée on March 18, Quebec City at the Impérial Bell on April 26 and in Montreal at the MTelus on May 1. Tickets go on sale on Thursday 30 May at 10am ET.

Pre-order the album Abracadabra HERE.

Buy your tickets from May 30th HERE.

Klô Pelgag discusses the theme of the new album in this short trailer. Watch it HERE.

Abracadabra is a quest for the absolute, a desire to still believe in something. For all the knots we must untie in order to appear as we really are, without fear or embarrassment ,” shares the singer-songwriter.

“It’s a formula we’d like to solve everything. A word you repeat to yourself as you stare out of the window. If you keep repeating it, will it end up opening a door inside you? Abracadabra, a ridiculous yet beautiful word that would save us the effort it takes to help our neighbour or ourselves. Abracadabra, a word that calls on me to deconstruct it and to which I would like to offer another meaning. Abracadabra is like the magic pill my doctor prescribes to help me sleep, like the telephone that stops me thinking when my mind goes haywire, like the alcohol that consoles me and gives me back the joy that all too often leaves me.

And in this quest for the absolute and for meaning, in this constant hunt for fun, there’s the desire to create something that I don’t know, but which nevertheless resembles me. Music that pierces me as ferociously as my emotions, a feeling of being at the end of a cliff and of falling forever that creates the urgency to write. And in every way, and probably forever, I will try to catch this intangible and unspeakable thing, something to be felt momentarily and which sometimes gives me the absurd desire to say: that’s it, abracadabra “. Klô Pelgag

Each new Klô Pelgag album reiterates the unique place she occupies in the Francophone cultural landscape. “Abracadabra is no exception. From the very first moments of the music, it’s clear that the contrasts that have always been part of the work have been refined. That the powerful, evocative poetic images have become clearer. Between fragility and complexity, the melodic flights fragment to reappear transfigured. The pieces showcase the full elegance of Klô Pelgag’s voice, and bear witness to a genuine exploratory quest through the various ways in which she uses it. The magic lies in her ability to surprise and in her apparent refusal to stagnate creatively.

This time, working alone as a producer, Klô Pelgag has surrounded herself with her stronghold of recent years: Étienne Dupré on bass, François Zaïdan on guitar, Pete Pételle on drums, Virginie Reid on keyboards and Pierre Girard on sound mixing.

About Klô Pelgag

Klô Pelgag is a critically-acclaimed artist in Quebec and Canada, with a career of 20 Félix awards at the Galas de l’ADISQ, a JUNO Award, one nomination on the short list and one on the long list for the Polaris Music Prize, and collaborations with and appearances at concerts by CRi, Patrick Watson and Pomme. Her last opus, Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs, won accolades from the media. In Canada, Exclaim! gave it 8/10, and in Quebec the reviews were unanimous: five stars in Le Journal de Montréal, “Le LP de 2020, on le tient”; 9/10 in Le Canal Auditif, “une œuvre pertinente et audacieuse”; and four stars in La Presse, “un album riche”. .. .. . . .. . . . . . . ..

Her last album, Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs, spread beyond the province and the country, with rave reviews in France, in Télérama, with its coveted ffff rating, and in Longueur d’onde, Rolling Stone France, FrancoFan and more. Influential American journalist Anthony Fantano reviewed the album on his YouTube channel, The Needle Drop – unheard of for a French-language album: “There are tons of wonderful creative highlights in every corner of this project.” In recent years, she has performed in Quebec at MTelus, in France at La Maroquinerie and in the UK at the sold-out Lexington, as well as in Japan, Belgium and Switzerland. With her first full-length, L’alchimie des monstres in 2013, she scooped several awards, including the Prix Barbara from the French Ministry of Culture , the Grand Prix de la Francophonie from the Académie Charles Cros, the Prix Miroir Célébration de la langue française at the Festival d’été de Québec and the Prix Rapsat-Lelièvre.. Her second album, L’étoile thoracique, won her the prestigious Prix Félix-Leclerc, as well as the Prix de la chanson SOCAN for the song “Ferrofluides-fleurs”.


  1. Le sang des fruits rouges
  2. Pythagore
  3. Coupable
  4. Libre
  5. Sans visage
  6. Le goût des mangues
  7. Lettre à une jeune poète
  8. Décembre
  9. Jim Morrison
  10. Deux jours et deux nuits
  11. Les puits de lumière
  12. Triste ou méchante


March 17, 2025 – Paris – Café de la Danse
March 18, 2025 – Brussels – Le Musée
April 26, 2025 – Quebec – L’Impérial Bell
May 1, 2025 – Montreal – MTELUS

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