"Enfant terrible of synth-punk, Christophe Clebard exiled from his native Italy, survives on Belgian territory. David (his real name) has a bleeding heart. He sings about love, breakup and sad parties with the help of an obsolete synthesizer. In fact, love is the only battle he loses, yet he attacks with ardor and reverberation, using an exhilarating rhythm to combat depression. Songs with evocative titles like "The memories of your hands" leaves no room for interpretation. The confrontation is intense. It sizzles, saturates and reveals a nuance of sentimental states passing through the neurotic trance with the piece "The black eyes", the collapse all in poetry with "Chez toi" and electro-psychosis with the surprising "t'inquiete pas". The melodies hit us like a crowbar and have the flavor of the break at dawn in a port. The smell of the garbage truck at 6am when you meet your ex - well accompanied - while you have a warm beer and a dirty frock as a single escort. In concert, Christophe Clebard grabs his audience, in brief, with a touch that can evoke the top10 of our most beautiful crises of anxiety. A unique experience that revives all senses." (label info)
in stock | BE| 2019| LES ALBUMS CLAUS | 16.90

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