Paris-based electro-pop quartet
Saturday, October 1st
at El Rey Theatre.
Doors at 8:30pm. Show starts at 9pm.
The band, who shares members with Jamaica, grew up together in France, exploring both adolescence and musical influences that seeded their futuristic synth-pop. After their remixes of La Roux, Heartsrevolution, Ladyhawke, and Röyksopp started circulating worldwide, they made their North American touring debut, stopping at this year's Canadian Music Week and SXSW for a series of well-received performances.
Now they're returning for a fall tour + CMJ with folk-pop band Revolver, performing songs from their debut, 2008-2009-2010, which was praised by Wired, MTV, and Black Book among others, as well as new tracks from their forthcoming album, due out in January 2012.
Check out the band's tour trailer here:
Watch their video for single "One Hundred Realities," animated/directed by Japanese artist Shinya Sato and featured on Discobelle, Consequence of Sound, and many more: