The group Hopen unveils this Friday its 5th album entitled "Brothers". A new opus which, while keeping a spiritual anchorage, tackles a style inspired by French variety.
For the Auclairs, music is a family tradition. And after having spent all their free time playing together in their garage for several years, Antoine, Camille, Armand and Charles, the eldest of this family of seven children, naturally decided to create a group.
They choose the name To hope, which is the contraction of the words Hope (hope) and Open (opening), a promise kept through their songs.
Because this adventure also begins with the Church, the four brothers having grown up in an environment where faith is present. They were particularly inspired very early on by worship groups such as Hillsong, Elevation Worship or Exo.
The band has already had some success with four self-produced albums that have sold over 40 copies.
With his new opus, "Frères" which comes out this Friday, Hopen changes his style and tackles French variety, eager to discover another playground, but while keeping the freshness and the claimed benevolence that have made their success. .
In this disc produced by Jean-Etienne Maillard, who has accompanied many artists such as Bigflo and Oli or Bon Entendeur, we find great collaborations with Ben Mazué and Renaud Rebillaud in particular.
Paternity, ecological questioning, superficiality or even celebration of the bond... these are some of the themes that you can discover in the album "Brothers", in which the four brothers invite us to open the door of hope!
Camille Westphal Perrier
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