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Francois & The Atlas Mountains: Solide Mirage

Solide Mirage

Francois & The Atlas Mountains

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  • Release Date 03 March 2017
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Product code
WIGLP379
Format
Vinyl LP
Label
Domino Recording Co Ltd

LP packaged in gatefold sleeve with spot gloss varnish on front cover, black polylined inner sleeve and digital download code.

‘Solide Mirage’, the follow up to the 2014 album, ‘Piano Ombre’, offers a glimpse of coherence in a distorted world. The album was recorded in the chaotic-yet-calm environment of Brussels - the capital of Europe - a city where the future of a million ‘others’ is being decided.

Fránçois Marry and his shape-shifting band The Atlas Mountains recorded with Ash Workman (Christine & The Queens, Metronomy) before Owen Pallett added violins from his home in LA.

‘Solide Mirage’ - like an imperceptible dream, a fantasy where reality shifts as one approaches it - is a perfect definition for this protean, changeable-yet-direct album which reveals new facets and new territories in every listen. Sometimes soft (on ‘1982’, ‘Apocalypse à Ipsos’, ‘Pepétuel été’, ‘100.000.000’), sometimes tough (‘Bête Morcelée’ and its rush of pure grunge, ‘Grand Dérèglement’ and the roughness and splinters of ‘Jamais Deux Pareils’), sometimes crazy (the digitized trance of ‘Âpres Après’) but always highly political, whether direct or reading between the lines.

Tracklist:

  1. Grande Dérèglement
  2. Tendre Est l'Âme
  3. Apocalypse à lpsos
  4. 1982
  5. 100.000.000
  6. Âpres Après
  7. Bête Morcelée
  8. Jamais Deux Pareils
  9. Perpétuel Été
  10. Rentes Écloses