Alias presents :
Who doesn’t still remember their hit Ann Wants To Dance?
The soundtrack of summer 2015 and clipped by Soko (several million views), this sunny and addictive tune laid the foundations for the four-handed songwriting of Ulysse Cottin (the dark-haired) and Armand Penicaut (the blond).
These two guys, who compose and sing indifferently in the language of John Lennon, looked jovial on the cover of their inaugural album, Green Juice (2016), recorded in Cap Ferret and mixed by Ash Workman (Metronomy, Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains, Baxter Dury). Three years later, Night Sketches (2019) reveals another face of the duo, more electric and nocturnal in close collaboration with Adrien Durand, the head of Bon Voyage Organisation (BVO).
In 2021, they recorded their 3rd album LIVE in an old house in the South-West of France, influenced by the Californian 70’s scene: ‘Laurel Canyon’, Crosby, Still & Nash, Neil Young, Gram Parson… The folk-rock sounding album ‘None of This Matters Now‘ was born, inspired by intimate afflictions such as those the world is going through, global warming, the loss of lightness and the feeling of grace,…