Surprisingly upbeat and ElectroPoppy from the two Minimal Synth stalwarts, their first single, ‘Rien À Paris’, still comes loaded with Industrial percussion and icy synths. An hike in tempo, an almost bouncy bassline and some pretty catchy French vocals give the track a wider appeal though, whilst still retaining everything interesting about good Minimal Synth. The tracks inspiration comes from the 1970’s French surrealist film Céline Et Julie Vont En Bateau. ‘Rien À Paris’ will be released as a double A-Sideo with ‘Je Ne Suis Là Pour Personne’, a Françoise Hardy cover, on the flip.
‘Rien À Paris’ is released 6th March on Wierd Records.
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