If today some releases have been postponed because of the situation that we know, some others are unveiling themselves so we can put them on repeat. Flashes.
FIVE SONGS TO BRIEFLY FILL THE VOID – LOVE FAME TRAGEDY
We are welcoming this EP with wide-open arms today. Love Fame Tragedy is Matthew Murphy (from the Wombats) solo project. And going solo, he offers to the world Five Songs To Briefly Fill The Void, an EP of… well… five songs that are filling our space. There’s amplitude, elegance, lightness, and passion in every track. We are getting a great vibe from Riding a Wave as much as we get it on Hardcore. A great pop-rock, very efficient in the morning to brighten up our mood.
BLEU – BASTIEN LANZA
If your mood is a bit more nostalgic, chill, and potentially in French, then Bleu by Bastien Lanza is a good shot. The first son, Depuis elle, comes and goes between hope, self-reconstruction, and deep sadness. Viens is a bit more joyful and we can only smile when we hear the words ‘viens chez moi’ (‘come to my place’). Celui qui danse is right between both feelings. Overall, romantic and airy, Lanza’s got a reassuring voice and a universe, we hope, in constant expansion.
NIGHTSONGS – YAEL NAIM
Because sometimes sleeping is a real challenge to some, we got a solution. Yael Naim gets us Nightsongs, a forty minutes long album calming body and spirit, putting stress away and lulling us at night. We are trusting her completely to keep us awake just enough so we don’t miss a single note at the same time we let our minds take control and create superb dreams and atmospheres. The first time we listen to it we understand, from Daddy to A Bit Of and the French-speaking Miettes and Des trous. We let her drive us in the clouds.
Multiply – Love Fame Tragedy
Viens – Bastien Lanza
Daddy – Yael Naim