Interviewed by La Nouvelle République before the concert, Malik Djoudi declared: “Yes, this concert will have a very particular flavor because, not only it will be the first real concert which will mark the return on stage, after long months where we were cut off from the public, but it will also be one of the last concerts with this team which follows me since three years.“A show also supposed to announce an album born during the confinement as the singer explained: “This album was born last year, during the very first confinement. I was a bit stunned by everything that was going on, a bit stunned too… I then felt like doing something less electronic, to go back to live instruments, to go back to simpler, more organic things. It took me a long time to do it: in 2020, I went into exile for three months at the Villa Noailles, in Hyères, to create these new songs. The production was done by Renaud Letang, at Studios Ferber, in Paris. And we finalized the album last week.“
Of course, the concert was a flamboyant success, confirming the talent of Malik Djoudi. For four years in solo, after having toured within combos of pop-rock obedience, the Poitevin has found his way!
It was at the age of 6, when he discovered Michael Jackson’s album Thriller , that Malik Djoudi began to see his vocation being born.
Le Confort Moderne
Performance hall with 800 seats, the Modern Comfort was inaugurated in Poitiers on May 20, 1985.
Taking place in the former warehouse of household appliances Confort 2000, the modern Comfort has established itself over the years as an essential place for underground Poitevin culture. Many artists have been there, such as Mickey 3D, Sonic ... Learn more about Le Confort Moderne
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