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The Scandi present their 'Hymne à l'Amour'

Updated: Jul 19, 2022

If great people knew how to cover this great success of Edith Piaf, it is the turn of the Scandi to sing 'L'hymne à l'amour' of the beautiful French singer of the 40s and 50s!


In this song written for her greatest love, Marcel Cerdan, Edith Piaf describes all the love and devotion that this feeling implies in her life. She writes that she is ready to give up everything for her love, including her life, because if they really love each other, they will meet in heaven.


We can notice the importance of love for the one who wrote this song in 1949 and who wanted to shout it to the whole world.


We can therefore find the choice of The Scandi for the music video very interesting. Indeed, we are entrained between moments recorded in studio and moments filmed at the Pride March in Paris this year. Love remains stronger than anything, stronger than all the barriers that people want to impose on us or that we impose on ourselves.


But let's leave this clip aside for a minute, to come back to the cover made by the Parisian group of Jetrock. The original interpreter of the song has understood how to make us dream on sweet notes and many vocals as she has always known how to do, The Scandi have found how to adapt this song to their musical style and give it a Rock side that makes it even more enjoyable!


More modern and more Rock'n'Roll, a song and clip that are now ready to shout 'Revolution!' in the name of love, we can conclude that this cover of 'L'hymne à l'amour' made by The Scandi is a success!

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