Stromae, the talented 36-year-old Belgian author, composer and performer has come a long way. The artist has enjoyed international success, especially with his album Racine Carrée. Because of the hellish pace of his tours, he suffered a burnout. He decided to retire from the scene and take a break since 2015. The artist spoke for the first time about his burnout in 2018 in an interview with France 2. “Even if we sell dream, it’s still a job and, like in any job, when you work too much, you end up with burn-out, ”he confided.

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Out of his “hell”, the author and performer of “Papaoutai” returns with a new album entitled Multitude with which he would receive an astronomical sum. After the track “Health”, it’s the turn of “Hell” to be revealed. Stromae partially confides on “his suicidal thoughts” in a verse sung at the end of his interview on the TF1 newscast, 8pm on January 9th. “Suddenly, I sometimes had suicidal thoughts – I’m not proud of it – We sometimes think it’s the only way to silence them – These thoughts that make me live through hell”, he said retorted to the last question from journalist Anne-Claire Coudray.

Stromae’s “Hell” and “Suicidal Thoughts” Make Your Mouth Watering

Multitude, Stromae’s new album will not be released until March 4th. With his beautiful staging on TF1’s television news, the artist arouses even more the curiosity of fans. “Internationally, he had already provided a remarkable performance in early December around Health in the Jimmy Fallon show, on the American channel NBC,” recalls Le Figaro. The “Multitude Tour” tour will begin in Bordeaux on March 4, 2023, exactly one year after the planned release of the album from which it takes its name.

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