It was in 2006 that the singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist Stéphane Desbiens and author Francis Roy founded D Project. The first album « Shimmering Lights » evoked a mix of different music styles; progressive rock, classical, metal including jazz. Many shows were presented especially with The Flowers King and Arena.
Later, in 2008, was the release of the album « Sagarmatha Dilemma », for which the music was inspired by Mount Everest images and its conquest by the climber Maxime Jean. The documentary « Everest » featured music from D Project. This collaboration has led Stéphane and his partners, Mathieu Gosselin (bass) and Jean Gosselin (drums) to perform at Salle Albert-Rousseau of Quebec and in Europe in 2009.
In 2011, D Project offered a more rock and direct sound with the album « Big Face »,, a third opus consisting of nine pieces.
Then came the album « Making Sense » which arrived just in time for the band to offer a memorable performance at the 2014 Quebec Summer Festival with Marillion. Moreover, part of the sound of the last two albums was produced by Andy Jackson, Pink Floyd sound engineer.
D Project always surrounded themselves with prestigious musician and artists such as Tony Levin, Martin Orford, Derek Sherinian and Tomas Bodin. D Project’s music is varied and continues to evolve with the determination of its creators. D Project is a mix of Pink Floyd, Genesis and King Crimson, but with a personal touch and characteristic sound.