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Manifesto (We the Gays)

by Divan & the House of Quoi

'Manifesto (We The Gays)' is the third and last single before Divan & the House of Quoi drop their album The Gay Tapes. The song is a manifest about gay life.
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As Divan & the House of Quoi, Belgian songwriter made 'The Gay Tapes' (aka "the album I had to make"), release May 2019. A new chapter in the career of the singer of The Go Go Prophecy (Amsterdam Dance Event; support Zoot Woman; ....), C. Love Detectives (recorded in New York with Joan As Police Woman-producer Bryce Goggin) and Hermitage, a band in his native tongue Dutch.

Divan embraced his love for pop music, electronics, electric guitars and synths, delivering a fresh sound with retro elements. Live, Divan & the House of Quoi consists of Divan together with Achilles De Raedt & Iskander Moens from the band HYPER!

Music blog ComeHereFloyd: "From the upcoming album ‘The Gay Tapes’, this single ‘Blame It On The Drums’ is that gentle digital breeze through the hallway of that path to the future. It’s dark, but the lights come up, showing you the way to a new world – of expectations, and of new possibilities. (...) The new wave-esque sonic dessert, is a primal scream of your heart. The band knows what you’re going through. Go. You can do it."

Music blog Luminous Dash: "Blame It on the Drums (we almost wrote drugs) is an entry in style. Tasteful, contemporary electro-indie pop, doing exactly what it’s supposed to do: become an earworm after two turns.”

Divan & the House of Quoi played live in Berlin (WABE, Schwuz, Brunos, Ludwig) and Ghent (Charlatan, NEST), and is ready for gigs everywhere.



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