The country singer’s first video is now available
GATINEAU, QC, Feb. 4, 2020 /CNW Telbec/ – Music and a passion for music, it is rooted in Frank Clement’s DNA. Raised from a very young age, in a universe of melodies, words, musical performances, music is an integral part of his daily life. With family, friends or in front of certain chosen audiences, Frank has always managed to conquer the crowds in front of which he performed. Today, at 43, father and happy, he decides that 2020 is the year when his talent and his warm charisma are offered to the general public. Indeed, his video single, Ice and Stone, is ready to take the hearts of country sound fans by storm.
His passion for country music makes him see things as they are, with simplicity, and the song demonstrates this quite well. Simple and touching, deep and engaging and it deals with the theme of mourning a lost love, where the pain is perceptible both in words and images.
Big country music names as collaborators
The song was composed by Frank Clement (lyrics and music) with the help of Patty Way (songwriter), whose career spanning more than 20 years has had several successes both for Disney and for big names in Nashville, including Tracy Byrd and the group Little Texas. Patty assisted Frank in the composition and interpretation of the emotions conveyed in the song. Ice and Stone was produced by Studio Nashville Nord’s Yann Bélanger, guitarist for Emerson Drive, a group with many successes including a Grammy for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals. The percussions were provided by the talented Mike Melancon, a founding member of the group Emerson Drive.
The video beautifully transposes the song into images and emotions. Directed by Mathieu Provost (Belcanto Productions, 2015 recipient of the Best video corporation award at the International Questar Award in New York); the clip delivers the song with simplicity, brightness, powerful images and a perfect rhythm for a high quality finished product, imbued with truth and feeling.
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