Brieg Guerveno is unable to make a choice. Actually, he doesn't really want to make a choice. Brieg does not strive to classify things as being either shadow or light, the living force of tradition or the obvious modern times. This is the feeling you get when you listen to Ar bed Kloz, the second album he composes in his own name. A record sung in Breton, as much under the influence of the progressive rock of the seventies as under those darker influences he unearthed as a teenager, those that provide the substance of the lyrics to these ten songs. Ar bed Kloz is the proof that there is such a thing as modern Breton music, and that it does thrive on outside influences, rather than try to repress them (there are many guests stars involved in this album: Yann Le Corre, Yoann an Nedeleg, Etienne Tabourier). Brieg has the courage to take on the past respectfully, and the future with an arctic, somewhat melancholy joy. Ar Bed Kloz is a unique album, the work of a dedicated rock-loving perfectionist opening up a hitherto unknown path to Breton music.
Meet the singer songwriter Brieg Guerveno,reflected in the music of this Breton language artist, are the diverse influences of his musical world : from the folk rock scene of the 70s, to echoes of the heavy metal scene.