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Song of the day – 585: The French Pop Dream

Song of the day – 585: The French Pop Dream
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The record label reckons that maybe I will like the 1st single & video from The French Pop Dream, featuring French singer Anne Brugière. Why yes. Yes I do.

The record label suggests that the 1st single & video from The French Pop Dream may be the diametric opposite of [Black] Sabbath. Why yes. Yes, I can hear that.

The record label reckons that folk will like the 1st single & video from The French Pop Dream if they also like Eliza Doolittle, Kirsty MacColl, St Etienne. Why yes. Yes I do (with some reservations). And yes I do.

The record label reckons that the 1st single & video from The French Pop Dream evokes an upbeat mood, recalls Brill Building Pop, Sunshine Pop. Why yes. Yes, I can hear that.

The record label reckons that the The French Pop Dream are making an album of songs inspired by the Eurostar, travel, yearning, belonging and waitressing… and the first three are on this EP. Why yes. Yes, I can believe that.

Great stuff. Pitched perfectly and elegantly at the perfectly dishevelled market. Makes me think of the wry humour and strongly visual aesthetic of él records, but you knew I’d say that.

Significantly stylish.

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