With lyrics sung mainly in French bocage mixes genres, sounds and brings its fellow listeners for a walk in a universe made of pop songs, folk ballads, soaring indie, and where the rhythms played live or sampled collid with hip-hop and electro. 11 new titles indicative of a unique music always moving.
Guests: 20syl, singer producer Hocus Pocus, current flagship of the French hip-hop (rhythmic electro- garage on Tango), Joseph "Blue" Grant, the honorary No. 1 Jamaican Reggae, (vocals and steel drum on Zk); Daniel Okine, Ghanaian percussionist (drums on Etta) and Atone, figure of the French electro-ambient (Keyboards and beats on Hey Mum and Jomi).
On this album, the electronic beats accompanie with drums sampled (Station Berlin, La Matière, Zk), the electric bass sometimes replaces the electric guitare and leads songs more clearcut (the spring-groove of Etta, the R 'n'B of New Orleans). The ballads are not left with two soft melancholy pieces where Claire’s whispered voice sits on folk guitars (Menitte, Un au revoir)