Prolific iconoclast, combining Anglo-Saxon rock and deep lyrics, Hubert-Félix Thiéfaine will benefit from the surging crowds and the specificity of the Festival des Libertés to interpret his most famous and rarest classics 40 years after his first album. Supported by electric musicality and poetic writing, Thiéfaine has soaked up a shape-shifting culture, combining mythology with pharmacopoeia and sordid crime novels with cynical philosophers. He carves out language to put up a smokescreen, spark curiosity, jostle the oversimplification of a lobotomised era, and denounce human foolishness.
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Wednesday, October 23, 2019 from 8:30 PM
Bruxelles Laïque asbl