They are an European band, consisting of a French woman (the singer Astrid Rostaing), a German (the producer and songwriter Christian Flamm), and an Englishman (Tim Benton, songwriter, lyricist, and once-frontman of BAXENDALE).
“Michelangelo” is the lead song on their first single - a true ode to europop, with vocoders, luminous melodies, and super-danceable choruses. The total dancefloor-filler will definitely be played on european walkmen for a long time. “Pedestrian Sunset” comes in a curious format - the song is divided between the A and B-sides on the physical single, maintaining high levels of energy. To wrap things up, the statement of intent that is their cover of “The Queen Of Seville” by THE CLIENTELE (a British group with a cult following, one of whose first singles was released by Elefant Records in 2000). High-voltage synth-pop.
These three songs are an explosive cocktail of the best European electronic pop in the last four decades: NEW ORDER, LA CASA AZUL, CLIO, STRAWBERRY SWITCHBLADE, CLUB 8, MIKADO, DMX KREW, ELLI & JACNO, ANDREAS DORAU, DUBSTAR, and NEW MUSIK... These grooves will definitely enjoy some of the best needles on the planet. SOFT REGIME, or how to light up the night.
Release “Hard Feelings” Mini-LP 10”. This 8 track "Hard Feelings" 10” Mini-LP follows their continental disco hit from 2017 "Michelangelo", with its huge chorus and controversial banned video.
Over the course of the year, they added studio crack Nomen Nescio to the mix and delivered this all new set of songs for 2018. As you'd expect, they had yet another explosive europop cocktail on their hands: think Lio, Icerink Records, GIRLS AT OUR BEST, LA BIONDA, MIKADO, LA CASA AZUL, Kim Wilde, only different. Eventually, the takes have been sent to Ian Catt's (ELIZABETH CITY STATE, THE FIELD MICE, ALPACA SPORTS) studio down in Croydon for extra mixing and mastering. Et voilà! Europop at its fizziest, ideal for dancefloors and walkmen.