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Everything Will Grow Again

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Fakear was at a loss. A pioneer of the French electro-chill scene among artists like Petit Biscuit, Møme and Thylacine, the Norman musician wished to cut ties with a scene he saw as overly influenced by American EDM. He therefore looked towards England for new inspiration and entrusted the production of this album to Alex Metric, Grammy-winner with Silk City (Diplo and Mark Ronson) in 2019, and writer of numerous remixes for La Roux and Daft Punk, with the aim of “breaking apart all that has made him who he is musically these last years.” 


But of course, you can’t completely reimagine yourself simply by deciding it (as proven on the very chill Kaishi and Sekoia) but it is clear that the kicks are more emphatic and the melodies less conventional on this record. Fakear (who loosely cites the influence of Bonobo and John Hopkins) unleashes Bicep-flavoured UK house (Tadlo), weaves in some ambient Arabesque à la Four Tet (Linked), and gives a nod to club and festival programmers on Structurized, one of the most dance floor tracks in his discography. While many artists take pleasure in exiting their comfort zone, Fakear takes the risk of evolving and will perhaps lose some fans initially because of it. And as it he now seems to be working on techno tracks, he has in now way finished surprising us. © Smaël Bouaici/Qobuz

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1
Kaishi
00:04:49

Alex Metric, Producer - Fakear, MainArtist - Théo Le Vigoureux, Composer, Producer - Alice Jeanblanc, Violin, AssociatedPerformer

℗ 2020 Theo Le Vigoureux

2
Tadlo
00:04:57

Alex Metric, Producer - Fakear, MainArtist - Théo Le Vigoureux, Producer, ComposerLyricist

℗ 2020 Theo Le Vigoureux

3
Sekoia
00:05:58

Alex Metric, Producer - Fakear, MainArtist - Théo Le Vigoureux, Composer, Producer - Alice Jeanblanc, Violin, AssociatedPerformer

℗ 2020 Theo Le Vigoureux

4
Rituals
00:04:32

Alex Metric, Producer - Luiza Fernandes, Vocals, FeaturedArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Fakear, MainArtist - Théo Le Vigoureux, Producer, ComposerLyricist

℗ 2020 Theo Le Vigoureux

5
Carrie
00:04:43

Alex Metric, Composer, Producer, FeaturedArtist - Fakear, MainArtist - Théo Le Vigoureux, Composer, Producer

℗ 2020 Theo Le Vigoureux

6
A New Home
00:04:55

Alex Metric, Producer - Fakear, MainArtist - Théo Le Vigoureux, Composer, Producer - Alice Jeanblanc, Violin, AssociatedPerformer

℗ 2020 Theo Le Vigoureux

7
Together
00:05:49

Alex Metric, Producer - Fakear, MainArtist - Théo Le Vigoureux, Composer, Producer - Alice Jeanblanc, Violin, AssociatedPerformer - Astrid Charnier, Clarinet, AssociatedPerformer

℗ 2020 Theo Le Vigoureux

8
Tokai
00:04:24

Alex Metric, Producer - Fakear, MainArtist - Théo Le Vigoureux, Composer, Producer

℗ 2020 Theo Le Vigoureux

9
Linked
00:04:14

Alex Metric, Composer, Producer - Fakear, MainArtist - Théo Le Vigoureux, Composer, Producer

℗ 2020 Theo Le Vigoureux

10
Structurized
00:06:12

Alex Metric, Producer - Fakear, MainArtist - Théo Le Vigoureux, Composer, Producer

℗ 2020 Theo Le Vigoureux

11
Water Lullaby
00:03:17

Fakear, MainArtist - Théo Le Vigoureux, Composer, Producer

℗ 2020 Theo Le Vigoureux

Album Description

Fakear was at a loss. A pioneer of the French electro-chill scene among artists like Petit Biscuit, Møme and Thylacine, the Norman musician wished to cut ties with a scene he saw as overly influenced by American EDM. He therefore looked towards England for new inspiration and entrusted the production of this album to Alex Metric, Grammy-winner with Silk City (Diplo and Mark Ronson) in 2019, and writer of numerous remixes for La Roux and Daft Punk, with the aim of “breaking apart all that has made him who he is musically these last years.” 


But of course, you can’t completely reimagine yourself simply by deciding it (as proven on the very chill Kaishi and Sekoia) but it is clear that the kicks are more emphatic and the melodies less conventional on this record. Fakear (who loosely cites the influence of Bonobo and John Hopkins) unleashes Bicep-flavoured UK house (Tadlo), weaves in some ambient Arabesque à la Four Tet (Linked), and gives a nod to club and festival programmers on Structurized, one of the most dance floor tracks in his discography. While many artists take pleasure in exiting their comfort zone, Fakear takes the risk of evolving and will perhaps lose some fans initially because of it. And as it he now seems to be working on techno tracks, he has in now way finished surprising us. © Smaël Bouaici/Qobuz

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