Partner Go Bilingual on New Song "Les Ailes d'un Ange" / "Angel Wings"

It comes from the duo's upcoming 'Saturday the 14th' EP
Partner Go Bilingual on New Song "Les Ailes d'un Ange" / "Angel Wings"
Unabashedly inspired by Céline Dion, Partner have unveiled two versions of a new song off their upcoming EP Saturday the 14th.
 
"Les Ailes d'un Ange" / "Angel Wings" arrives in both French and English, though the English version will only be available on the CD and vinyl download versions of the record.
 
Right now, though, you can stream both versions down below.

In a statement, Partner had this to say about the song:

This song is about going down to "hell" to face your greatest fears. The song explores how, by having the courage to face your fears head on, you find you possess a strength you never knew. In order to craft this song, we had to face our greatest fears as artists. So form imitates content. Facing our fears is never easy, but there is life on the other side of fear. It's so important to remind ourselves of this. We hope our listeners can be reminded of this fundamental truth and enjoy the ride!

The melodramatic ballad follows the garage rocker "Long and McQuade" and surprisingly twangy "Tell You Off."
 
As previously reported, Saturday the 14th is due out April 5 via You've Changed in Canada and Father/Daughter Records in the U.S.