Since his early 2015 debut album “Précipitations” and the following EP “Montauban”, both on Montreuil’s Objet Disque, the Montauban, South France born, London based, ‘chanteur français’ Rémi Parson has the gift of writing flawless pop songs. Deeply delving into synth laden dreamy, blissful, and profound melancholic landscapes with hints to early New order and the Cure. What stands out most is his ever-increasing introspective, distinctive and refined songcraft, able to involve the listener in an array of powerful and intense emotions.
With the new song“Le Petit Jour”, first preview from the forthcoming sophomore album “Arrière-Pays” via ISOLAA Records, we’re around pop perfection where everything fits together. The sparkling mesmerising guitar tones, swelling washed of synths, repetitive beats, and his beautiful emotionally detached, haunted vocals culminate into a depth of sorrow, pain and hoplessness of a troubled young man. Haunted by his past, unable to move forward into a future void of happiness.