A perfect combination of retro pop, dreamy folk and vaporous psychedelia with subtle nods to a retro-futuristic chanson. Skilfully moving between postmodernity and retromania, Laure Briard made her debut with Révélation. That album, with irresistible melodies proving hypnotic, was embraced by Stereolab fans, buoying a career that has unfolded with successive record releases, such as that of the magnificent Sur la piste de danse (2016), a sophisticated pop gem that alludes to icons like Françoise Hardy. #retro-pop

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