Band's second album single is a breathtaking affair
Cai Trefor
11:25 12th February 2019

Fusing elements of cold wave, noise and shoegaze, this Parisian alt band are a thrilling force to be reckoned with.

The track 'Collision' (streaming below) melds rabble-rousing electronic beats, haunting wall of guitar sound, loose-hipped fuzz-y synth lines, and delay-laden, effortlessly melodic vocals wrought with a paranoiac intensity.

The craft that's gone into creating such an alluring yet hostile sound can't be knocked. Mesmerising in its detail, and breathtaking in its tempo, the below track is one of the most fearlessly inventive and club-ready alternative rock numbers released so far in 2019.

The video is a strobe-lit performance video that seems to hint at the intensity of their live show.

'Collision' is taken from the three piece band's second album Manners out 15 February. This release follows their debut album Horizon, and EP titled Abyss.

The band have honed their live chops by supporting the likes of The KVB, The Soft Moon, A Place To Bury Strangers, The Underground Youth and The Soft Walls. Yet, are making leaps out of the shadows with a string of showcase dates in the UK. 

FTR France gigs:
March
07 - Rennes, Mondo Bizarro
08 - Paris, Olympic Cafe (Album launch party)

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Photo: Jérôme Sevrette