Yelle ‘L’Amour Parfait’

Published On February 5, 2013 | By Andrew Rafter | Featured Artist
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French pop band Yelle, (Julie Budet) and GrandMarnier (Jean-François Perrier) are back with a new song, and presumably a new album. They grabbed the headlines a couple of years ago with there unique brand whimsical urban pop thanks in part to tracks like ‘Safari Disco Squad’ & ‘Que Veux-Tu’ all sung in Juliet’s native French.

While some of Yelle’s previous work is more flamboyant pop, “L’Amour Parfait” isn’t. It’s been produced by GrandMarnier & Aeroplane and is a much darker palette, with strong electronic and hip hop influences. It’s pretty hard to put into words, but it’s that kind of forward-thinking European pop that The Knife have been making for years. It’s quite brilliant.

Out February 11, with remixes from Baadman, The Phantom, Ruben Mandolini, Sticky K.

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is the Editor and Founder of Harder Blogger Faster. Andrew is a fully trained print journalist and has written for local newspapers, sports papers and various tech blogs. When he's not listening to endless amounts of promos, you'll find him wandering the streets of Manchester attending gigs, interviewing artists and trying to persuade techno enthusiasts about merits of melody.
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    That start vocal takes a bit of getting used to, but then it just kind of works. Bit of a ‘Goin In’ vibe to it.