Coco Méliès releases visual for new single, “Remorse Will End”

Coco Méliès assure that “Remorse Will End” with their new single

Coco Méliès, the award-winning Canadian ensemble has unveiled a visual component to accompany their melancholic new single, “Remorse Will End.” The single is pulled from their latest album, Nothing Goes To Waste, which comes five years after their previous album, The Riddle.

On this track, the listener is guided on a path of self-discovery while simultaneously transported by the collective’s signature spellbinding orchestral arraignments.

“‘Remorse Will End’ is the story of this pathway towards benevolence,” Coco Méliès says, adding that the song is “an ode to resilience on a frame of folk rhythms that awakens the wind and softens the shoulders.”

The deeply rooted subject matter of “Remorse Will End” is effortlessly complemented by careful attention to tonal detail to paint an audible portrait of self-recovery and resilience.

Coco Méliès brilliantly executes these musical efforts with immense talent and skill. Sensational guitar work seamlessly weaves itself alongside rustic percussive rhythms to produce a genuine warmth that exudes from beginning to end; layered vocals elevate “Remorse Will End” to become an enchanting feast for the senses, sure to tug on the heartstrings.

The group features two singer-songwriters who met one fateful night in Montreal during an open mic event. The two multi-disciplined artists Francesca Como and David Méliès have been creatively inseparable since their inception in 2010.

The musical contributions that make “Remorse Will End” so powerful are Simon Bilodeau on drums and percussion; Charles Robert-Gaudette with additional bass, synth, and piano work; Julien Thibault on bass; Sara Jasmin and Julie Jasmin bring the strings; and horn player Bertrand Margelidon.

Watch the video for “Remorse Will End” below, and stay up to date with Coco Méliès via their socials.

ICYMI: Our Marie Demeire covered Coco Méliès back in 2018 at Montréal en Lumière, see her coverage here.

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