Underground traditionnal weird french music.
French song, noise, rumours of ancient and distant music, hand-made instruments, modified transistor radios and other old electronic objects, Bégayer is looking for a gesture for the homeless, for the offspring of this culture of lack, born as much from the twilight of popular habits as from the noise of howls, from the public squares of villages as from the swarming of digital streams, for a new kind of rapsode-meetsets.
We can see the culture of lack as a cruel joy, the occasion for a communion between the staggering interpretation of ancient gestures and present attempts, it is a question of constructing singular variations and overflows.
Thus each stuttering song would like to be a disturbing and joyful object, whose obstinacy and cruel simplicity offer themselves as manifest objects of agitation, as distances to be experienced, as studies that look at us.
Loup Uberto : voix, guitare, luths trois cordes
Lucas Ravinale : luth trois cordes basse, circuit bending, percussions
Alexis Vinéïs : batterie, percussions, gardon