OWLLE’S DEBUT ALBUM ‘FRANCE’: “BOTH MELANCHOLIC AND VERY DANCEABLE…”
French electro-pop chanteuse Owlle’s debut album ‘France’ features the single ‘Don’t Lose It’ along with previous hits such as ‘Ticky Ticky’ and ‘Disorder’. This is dream pop at its best.
Owlle describes her sound as: “Something both melancholic and very danceable…”.
Owlle’s background in fine art allows her to create a distinct world around her. From her art direction and cinematography to costuming choices, Owlle’s mesmerizing imagery is just as important as the music itself. Discovering the music and installation work of Brian Eno that changed her life. She encountered his piece, “Quiet Club,” and knew that her art was about to be channeled into a new medium: music. “From that moment, the door was open!” she remembers. “He knows how to mix music, forms, and senses. It’s what I’m most preoccupied with when I create, too.” Determined to make music but with no classical experience, Owlle simply forged her own path, first discovering her voice, then teaching herself instruments. Before long, she was birthing the early stages of the Owlle universe.
Only a few short years later, Depeche Mode asked her to remix their massive track “Heaven”…She says: “It was beyond thrilling!”
Get ready for Owlle…
OWLLE Q&A: “I LOVE DANCING AS MUCH AS SINGING”