Hailing from St. Boniface, the old French quarter of Winnipeg, Jérémie & The Delicious Hounds have carved their niche as bilingual artists blending soul music with a distinctly Canadian flavour. With the release of their debut full-length album, Cruel, the band returned with the visuals for the focus track “We Haven’t Met Yet”. The song was inspired by lead guitarist Ryan Toupin‘s personal experience with being shy to approach any girl he fancied and he put that feeling down on wax for Lead singer-guitarist Jérémie who wrote the chorus. The result is a beautifully crafted soul-stirring tune about love and what-if situations that most of us can relate to. From the rousing drum grooves, rich guitar riffs and anthemic horns and emotionally punchy melodic runs, the record sure hits the mark and leaves listeners feeling for more.

The accompanying visual is a blend of liver performances from the band spliced with lead singer Jérémie preparing to go on a date with a mysterious person. After choosing so many outfits, he finally found one that suits the occasion but there is a cliffhanger at the end of it all.


“We Haven’t Met Yet” is lifted from the band’s new LP Cruel. Infusing nine fun-loving songs about amour and heartbreak in a mixture of both English and French, the LP serves as an authentic representation of the languages they speak at home. With the support of seasoned producer Murray Pulver, the album was recorded “live off the floor” to capture their vintage soul aesthetic and vibrant live performance energy.

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