Bryan’s Magic Tears
En partenariat avec l'Epicerie Moderne
After showing the muscles on one side of the album, Benjamin Dupont digs a little deeper into his own veins and transfigures his band. Like all great albums, it opens with a screaming introduction (“Greeting From The Space Boys”, a middle finger raised by the whole band from the stratosphere – Lauriane Petit on bass and vocals, Raphael Berrichon and Medhi Briand on guitars, Paul Ramon on drums). With their new album “Vacuum Sealed”, they compose a repertoire that will outlast them, that we can already imagine in the mouths and on the fingers of the future generations that will rediscover this marvelous album.
First part : Fontanarosa
Bryan's Magic Tears
That year, the night lasted five months in a row. Every day, when Benjamin Dupont woke up, the sun had been below the horizon for hours. Between 10pm and 4am, locked up secretly in Studio S**** with Marc Portheau, they piled up guitars, turned over amps, chopped over riffs, simplified arrangements and arbitrated. In the […]Read more
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