I`m very interested in space so an album entitled Dreaming About Space by Flavian Le Bailly catch my interest. The album brimming with distinctive and exciting music! and relatively short track and the album clocks in at 31.30 minutes.
Flavien Le Bailly is a French guitarist and songwriter; he started playing the guitar at twelve and opted for influences rock/metal very quickly. Little by little, he discovered the extent of this musical style and various bands such as Rush, Genesis and Dream Theater, that will forever remain the pillars of his composition and a part of Flavien’s life. Today, Flavien Le Bailly turns to the fusion/metal musical style and cites The Aristocrats or Morglbl as new influences. Flavien Le Bailly has also been a musician in two French bands : Ibor-k and Unlashing The Beast:, band endorsed by Hesu Guitars Cabinets & Skull Strings.
Furthermore, the young guitarist is working on his solo career. After many months writing and composing, he recorded his first solo album named Dreaming About Space in January 2021, which will be released in January 2022. Since January 2021, Flavien has also the chance to be in a partnership with an Australian brand called Jaketto Picks and French Brand Call Skull Strings. Alongside his artistic projects, FlavienLe Bailly is a full-time guitar teacher in Le Mans (France). He has a Musicien Intervenant diploma from the CFMI Of Tours (France). Most of all, it’s interesting to see that this is with a beautiful passion that he combines his musical projects and his music classes, given in a musical school to a large and mixed public.
1. Black Box (2:31)
2. Welcome To Xenion 500 (5:21)
3. Tour Bus (3:08)
4. First Regret (1:49)
5. Ghost Train (3:38)
6. Meeting With DJ Scratch (5:06)
7. Alone In Space (2:33)
8. Back Home (4:35)
9. End Of The Story (2:49)
Total Time 31:30
Flavien Le Bailly – Guitars
Thomas Derouineau La Skouinch – Drums
Antoine Hervé – Bass
Sullivane Albertini – Keyboards
Alexis Normand – Additional Effects
Ayden Scarpa, Alexis Normand, Eliott Larat – Voices