Reviews "Banane Bleue": Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains, free European
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The Frenchman François Marry, alias Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains, is releasing his new album, "Banane Bleue". Having become a recognized name in French pop, this time he set off on European roads, allowing himself a lot of freedom, to record a record full of fresh air.
It's an album that makes you breathe deeply. Music as airy as the cultural period is stifling, and this is the main success of François Marry, still as productive as ever, still under the name of Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains but in a liberated, refocused mode. "The intention was to make an album very clear, very light, very limpid, almost effortless", he explains today.
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"With the Atlas Mountains, it was sometimes difficult to be the leader of a summer camp; here it is I who went on vacation on this album."François Marry, Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains
With Jaakko Eino Kalevi, a Finn they met in Berlin, they traveled the makeshift studios from Berlin to Athens, in search of a common European feeling. "I wanted to highlight this dolce vita of the bohemian artist in Europe", he sums up in the same spirit.
Travel and lightness seem so far today that this record hits hard and fair. Especially since it coincides, for François Marry, a great traveler, never really established, signed atthe very classy English label, with a need for a return to calm. He talks about creating "an exotic locality", which pushed him to move far from Paris, between Landes and the Basque Country.
"This is a piece of advice I would like to give to anyone stuck in cities: escape!"François Marry, Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains
With Banane Bleue, Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains offers much more than an escape route. Music as the promise of a happier horizon.
Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains, Banane Bleue (Domino). Album available.
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