“When I’m in Rivière-Ouelle, I imagine my great-great-grandfather arriving at the wharf by boat. The place is full of history for my family, and the peace there is so precious.”
Klô Pelgag is a singer-songwriter from Gaspésie. Her most recent album, Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs [Our Lady of the Seven Sorrows], refers to a sombre place name that scared her as a child, and which turned out to be an idyllic village — a duality reflected in her songs. We found her on a calm day at the riverside in Rivière-Ouelle, the cradle of her ancestors.
Words and music: Chloé Pelletier Gagnon
Le sexe des étoiles
Words: Chloé Pelletier Gagnon
Music: Chloé Pelletier Gagnon and Mathieu Pelletier Gagnon
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Airs / Episode 02
Klô Pelgag in her hometown of Rivière-Ouelle, a place bathed in the saltwater calm of the St. Lawrence River.
Airs / Episode 01
Cedric Noel et l’artiste Le Ren, au parc Frédéric-Back, à Montréal, par temps brumeux.