Pire | What Fate Has in Store for Tomorrow

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What Fate Has in Store for Tomorrow

by Pire

Alternative and future rock.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. A Call to Revolt
2:25 album only
2. Le Reve
4:26 album only
3. Monkeys in a Cage Are Never Glad
4:35 album only
4. Drunk
2:25 album only
5. Personne
3:20 album only
6. I Want You
4:08 album only
7. Seven
4:25 album only
8. Justre Etre La
4:52 album only
9. It's Even Worth Thinking About
4:37 album only
10. Evil Town
5:19 album only
11. Waste
3:31 album only
12. What Has Fate in Store For Tomorrow ?
5:58 album only


Album Notes
The world of PIRE… That of everyday, where each person tries to live his own way and understand where he belongs. This first musical piece hails from the far reaches of the east of France resonating like a cry of pain, ”Drunk”, “I want you”.

Drifting invitingly from melancholy and controlled rage, fury and ethereal, the twelve tracks of the band’s first album question, provoke and invade the mind finally transporting the listener into the world of PIRE.

All those who unite and rise up against imposed ideas and still believe in love will heed “a call to revolt “. In the time span of un “rêve”, a dream, PIRE put a stop to this reality, “that where time is just an illusion”, sings Thiébaut Rondeau. Caught between dream and reality is a world where le PIRE, the worst, “waste” exist and “monkeys in a cage are never glad”.

Lessons learnt from this album: no “personne”, lives forever, and one should “juste être là, just be there for those who love “seven”, and even when at times it’s difficult to deal with things, still, “it’s even worth thinking about”. After all don’t we live in “evil town” where the predominant question is “what has fate in store for tomorrow?” In their opinion, le PIRE is the future…



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