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Dominique Fils-Aimé / 2nd album

Pre-order Stay Tuned!

About the project

Following the release of my debut album Nameless (2018) last February and several sold-out shows, including two at the Montreal International Jazz Festival, I'm back in the studio for a second full-length album!

The album entitled Stay Tuned! is scheduled for release on February 22nd, 2019 via Ensoul Records. This soul & jazz flavoured record will consist of 12 songs written and composed by Dominique Fils-Aimé.

From the darkest shades of blue that emanate from Nameless 's exploration of silence and blues to Stay Tuned! 's fiery red visions of jazz, Dominique’s sophomore album is a call for revolution.

This record, just like the first, is being recorded and mixed at Opus Studios in Quebec with Jacques Roy as the record producer under the supervision of Daniel Lepage. Mastering will take place at Grey Market Mastering in Montreal.

Pre-order the album on vinyl, CD and / or digital now. Also, you can get my debut album "Nameless" and a tote bag made exclusively for the "Stay Tuned!" record launch.

Listen to a teaser :


Stay Tuned! (2019): CD format (4-panel cardboard digipack) and vinyl format (12" LP, 180g)

 


Nameless (2018) : CD format (4-panel cardboard digipack) and vinyl format (12" LP, 140g)

 


Tote bag  Stay Tuned! (100% cotton)

What are the funds for?

About the project owner

I'm Dominique Fils-Aimé, a Montreal based singer-songwriter.

I've always been influenced by the music from the 40s to 60s and the Jazz / Soul divas such as Billie Holiday, Etta James or Nina Simone. After reaching the semi-finals on the The Voice in 2015, I released my first EP, The RED EP, followed by my debut full-length Nameless in 2018 as part of a trilogy via Ensoul Records.

Follow me on Spotify

At Phi Centre (march 2018)

Nameless - my debut album:BandcampApple Music

This campaign will end on November 15th, 2018.

Video directed by Philippe Boissier
Artworks by Siou-Min Julien
Photography by Kevin Millet