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PREMIERE: PIERRE KWENDERS FT ANAIIS – “HEARTBEAT”

The Montreal-based artist collaborates with anaiis for the latest offering of his upcoming album release.

pierre kwenders

Photography by Kim Lang

pierre kwenders
Photography by Kim Lang

Swaying us through a mundane hump-day is Pierre Kwenders with the latest offering of his forthcoming album, “Heartbeat”. Collaborating with anaiis on the enchanting track, the release comes complete with a music video that sees the artists merge the course of nature with their music. Spanning a field of wheat and sheep, the video begins with a close up of Kwenders, who looks deeply into the lens as if singing his rhythmic lyrics to our ears only. Though the beat carries melancholic undertones throughout, it does not take away from the irresistible hip-swaying feel — aided by tantalising afro-beats and gentle melodies.

On the sentiment behind the single, Pierre explains, “‘Heartbeat’ represents the paradox of love. Love can manifest itself in many and the most unexpected ways. I’ve been a fan of anaiis’ for a while now. The tenderness that breathes through her voice was the perfect match to this story. While our hearts are beating hard, we’re surrounded by the beauty of nature which keeps us calm and happy. All in tenderness, on a farm of love!”

Pierre’s highly anticipated album José Louis and the Paradox of Love is due to drop April 29th, and if “Heartbeat” is anything to go by, the Congolese-born artist will be stopping at no length to bring us a collection of soul-searching songs. To pre-save the release, click here.

To stream the music video for “Heartbeat” now, scroll below…

pierre kwenders
pierre kwenders

(LEFT) Photography by Kim Lang
(RIGHT) Album artwork

pierre kwenders
Photography by Kim Lang
pierre kwenders
Album artwork
PREMIERE: PIERRE KWENDERS FT ANAIIS – “HEARTBEAT”

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