Amor Fati Bertrand Cantat

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Album-Release:
2017

HRA-Release:
01.12.2017

Label: Barclay

Genre: Rock

Subgenre: Singer

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  • 1Amie nuit04:17
  • 2Amor Fati06:11
  • 3Silicon Valley05:46
  • 4Excuse My French03:05
  • 5L’Angleterre04:20
  • 6J’attendrai05:17
  • 7Les pluies diluviennes04:05
  • 8Anthracitéor03:54
  • 9Chuis con03:24
  • 10Aujourd’hui04:41
  • 11Maybe I03:05
  • Total Runtime48:05

Info for Amor Fati



Cantat was born in Pau, Pyrenees-Atlantiques. The son of a Navy officer, he spent his childhood in Le Havre. His family moved when he was an adolescent to Bordeaux and at the lycée Saint-Genès he met Denis Barthe, Serge Teyssot-Gay, and Frédéric Vidalenc, who would soon become members of his band.

At the end of Cantat's first performance in March 1981, when he was still 16, he threw himself into the crowd and suffered cranial trauma. In 1991 he suffered a black out, and in 1993 he had to undergo an operation on his vocal cords and then follow a series of vocal classes. Self destructive behaviour, cigarettes and alcohol, had taken a toll.

At the height of Noir Désir's success in the 1990s, he was one of the most prominent figures of French music. His left-wing political views caused him to take a position against globalisation, fascism, desertification of urban areas in Bordeaux and the 2003 invasion of Iraq, among other topics.

Bertrand Cantat, vocals, guitar, bass, organ, keyboards, percussion
Bruno Green, Fender Rhodes, Hammond organ, backing vocals
Pascal Humbert, guitar, bass
Laurent Girard, guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
Erik Truffaz, trumpet
Frédéric Girard, drums, percussion
Sebastian "Piga" Mena, voice
Kinou Ferrari, vocals
Maximilio Chavez Solari, backing vocals
David Vainsot, violin
Emmanuel François, violin
Léa Hennino, violin
Aurélien Sabouret, cello
Jean Philippe Martignoni, cello
Pauline Buet-Soubrie, cello


Bertrand Cantat
was born in Pau, Pyrenees-Atlantiques. The son of a Navy officer, he spent his childhood in Le Havre. His family moved when he was an adolescent to Bordeaux and at the lycée Saint-Genès he met Denis Barthe, Serge Teyssot-Gay, and Frédéric Vidalenc, who would soon become members of his band.

At the end of Cantat's first performance in March 1981, when he was still 16, he threw himself into the crowd and suffered cranial trauma. In 1991 he suffered a black out, and in 1993 he had to undergo an operation on his vocal cords and then follow a series of vocal classes. Self destructive behaviour, cigarettes and alcohol, had taken a toll. At the height of Noir Désir's success in the 1990s, he was one of the most prominent figures of French music. His left-wing political views caused him to take a position against globalisation, fascism, desertification of urban areas in Bordeaux and the 2003 invasion of Iraq, among other topics.

In November of 2011, Cantat released the album Chœurs with musicians Pascal Humbert, Bernard Falaise and Alexander MacSween. The music was composed for Wajdi Mouawad's production of a Sophocles play. He's planning a new album in 2013, with Pascal Humbert.

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