I don’t know which song this new Alba track represents, but I’m guessing that it’s the same one from the album “Vocal, Perpetual Nights” which was released on February 15, 2016.
As far as I know, there was no mention of the “Perpetual Night” lyric in the album release, but the track was featured on a cover of the album in March 2016.
It has been speculated that it might have been a reference to the recent case of a young French singer named Maud.
In 2017, a French court ruled that Maud was “the victim of a hate crime”.
She was awarded €1.2m ($1.8m) in compensation and also faced a €1,000 fine, a ban from performing, and a ban on publishing her name.
However, she has since filed a lawsuit against the court, saying that it was unfair and prejudicial to her.
The track “Perpétual Night”, by Alva Vila.
Source Al Jazeera Music article “Perpatual Night,” by Alvo Vila, with lyrics by Alena Leifers.
Source Wikipedia Commons This track may have been inspired by the new Alava Vila song “Perpol”, which is the third single from the French singer’s forthcoming album, “La Traviata” (The Story of Love), due on February 25.
In the song, Alva sings of “a night where I’m always in love”.
However, I’m not sure what kind of night it is.
The lyrics also include the words “a girl with a heart”, suggesting that it may be a reference on some level to a character from the HBO series “Game of Thrones”, which tells the story of a character named Cersei Lannister.
“Perperils” by Alvaro Lopez, featuring vocals by Carlos Carrasco.
Source YouTube Alva and Carlos are back with “Perpsperils”, their debut album.
“I’m Not the Man” by Thee Oh Sees.
Source iTunes Alva performs on stage during the first day of the Paris Music Festival, 2016, in Paris, France.
Source Getty Images Alva, Carlos, and Alvaros Carrasquez.
Source Reuters Alva performing “Alva Ville”, with vocals by Nicolas Guigui, in the opening scene of “The Story Of Love”.
Alvaras Carrasque, in full costume.
Source Youtube Alva’s “La Vie” from the new album “The Night of My Life”.
Source Alba and Carlos perform during the opening of the new “La Voiture du Lac” music video at the Music Industry Museum in New York City, April 25, 2017.