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This second album, the six musicians of L’Impératrice put it on track when they returned from touring America: in the United States and Mexico, they consolidated their influences. This is what the founder and one of the group’s thinkers, Charles de Boisseguin, is saying today, speaking of “travel memories“.
“Our first loves which are hip-hop, funk or disco could be approached in a less French-speaking way”Charles de Boisseguin, The Empress
Another particularity, the background: “The whole album is about very human and very common emotions, deciphers Flore Benguigui. I went to look for very intimate things that I would not have dared to talk about in the past“. And everything is, in fact, summed up in this title, Tako Tsubo, a Japanese expression that describes a heart that deforms until it explodes, subjected to too intense emotions. Exactly the effect of this repeat placed at the end of the disc, So much love lost, song by Michel Berger. “Little stories and big adventures“, formula Charles de Boisseguin
“It’s an album that also speaks of the margin, of being different, of not fitting into a mold”Flore Benguigui, The Empress
Whether you dance or cry, the two can perfectly be done at the same time, The Empress in any case builds stories that make you want to be together.
The Empress, back in emotions | The chronicle of Yann Bertrand
The Empress, Tako Tsubo (Microqlima). Album disponible.
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