Here is the weekend playlist, in which the WECB France editorial staff looks back on their favorites and discoveries of the week!
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Daniel Jea – Two Fingers
Almost a year before the release of his latest album, Se silence et LISTEN, Daniel Jea continues to promote it. So, discover the clip for “A deux Fingers”, gripping and breathtaking, in tune with the energy already present in the piece.
Mr Bison. –Child of the Night Sky
Take the bull by the horns with “Child Of The Night Sky”, a colorful title which alternates soaring passages and more energetic parts, thus offering a journey full of twists and turns. To be found in the album Echoes From The Universe by Mr. Bison, scheduled for February 16, 2024.
Danny Brown – Jenn’s Terrific Vacation
On the occasion of the digital release of Quarantina, explore the world of Danny Brown with the video for the energetic “Jenn’s Terrific Vacation”. With modern jazz influences and the production of Kassa Overall, the artist will not fail to amaze you and move you.
The Lemonheads – Fear of Living
Let’s move on to the solid and powerful indie rock of The Lemonheads, who are releasing “Fear of Living” this mid-November. This title is the result of the collaboration between Evan Dando and Dan Lardner, singer and guitarist of QTY, who died in June. With this title, Evan Lando finds a way to salute him.
The Blue Footed Boobies – Buggy
Go full throttle with “Buggy”, the new single from Marseille bluesmen The Blue Footed Boobies. With a rock-solid groove and a harmonica with the good smell of sunny dust, this track is a good way to present the group’s new album, already available.
Sabatta – Get Over Yourself
Mixing alternative rock and psychedelic influences, Sabatta has fun making his own mixture, original, sometimes confusing, but always captivating. The interesting “Get Over Yourself” is thus a good curiosity to head towards his new album, How To Get Even, already available.
Nick Wheeldon & The Living Paintings – They’re Not Selling Flowers Around Here, Anymore
Let’s slow down with the flowery new single from Nick Wheeldon & The Living Paintings. Indeed, with “They’re Not Selling Flowers Anymore”, the British artist and his group express their sense of melancholy. A promising preview of Waiting For The Piano To Fall, their next album, scheduled for February 2024.
The Clamps – Forty Nine
It’s time to rock ‘n’ roll with Forty Nine, a direct, energetic and riff-filled delirium from The Clamps. Smelling of gasoline and sweat, this missile will be in the arsenal of Megamouth, the Americans’ next album, whose release is announced on January 12.
Blade – Break Up Make Up
Kneading rock energy and tangy typically pop melodies, Lame thrills the melancholy fiber of its listeners without ever becoming tearful. The proof with “Break Up Make Up”, from Up, Down, Aside, first album from Nantais, available now.
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