We started this new music list in the last position. As you complete the top, the result will make more sense and enjoyment for you. Some names will be quite well known if you have followed the adventures of this blog or if you are a follower of the French chanson. If instead, it is the first time you are here, and you have no idea of the artists we name, we strongly recommend that you open yourself to discover them. The French song is always in fashion.
- Comme Si, by Les Yeux D’La Tête
With a somewhat folkloric cover that doesn’t make much sense, Les Yeux D’La Tête enters fifth place on the list with Comme Si. It is true that Comme Si is purely French. It has the classic rhythm that we like so much and that the French repeat so much and that only they know how to promote. If you have heard or remember a song by Zaz, Tryo or Manu Chao, for example, you will know perfectly well what I am talking about.
- Une Sirène À Paris, by Dionysos
If you read our article about Jack and the mechanics of the heart, you will know that we are very fans of Dionysos and also of his composer, Mathias Malzieu, whom we met by name thanks to the book of The mechanics of the heart, without knowing until then that it was the author behind themes that we loved as Mister Chat’s Métamorphose and, of course, the entire album of La Mécanique du Cœur, whose concept gave way to the book that made him a successful author beyond his country, despite having done the same with the previous album, Monsters in Love (the year 2005).
- Dilemme, by Lous And The Yakuza
Another song has taken care of with a video at the height or even above the theme level. Dilemme is an urban theme, interpreted by a beautiful voice and with a sublime flow. The aesthetics of the video clip is magnificent, both for the colors chosen and for the choreography represented. In it, the woman protagonist stands out, who here demonstrates a great talent that places her in the centre of our attention, waiting to see her evolve.
- Mandela, de Saez
We already talk to you about this song when we collect the saddest songs of 2019. If you like Saez, you’ll love Mandela; If you know Saez, you’ll know what you’ll find here. If, on the other hand, you don’t like Saez’s personal style too much, your second position on our list will seem quite exaggerated. It is what you have to be a fan.
- In Nuit, from the Video club
Finally, the number one goes for a duo that may be in a few years Video club will be considered a guilty pleasure above anything else. His videos are naive to the French, the singers are in love with and out of their aesthetics of the 80s, and the music is so catchy that you can not do anything but enjoy it like a pack of gum.…