EP Review Film Noir - Tendrement,

Film Noir - Tendrement,

A real mood.

Film Noir couldn’t have given themselves a better name. Musically moody, taking cues from post-punk, ‘80s goth and Lana Del Rey retro-pop, and lyrically theatrical (not to mention literally in French most of the time), this second EP from the band formed by siblings Joséphine and Alexandre de la Baume, is a smoky, wistful set of songs that’s one minute staring longingly into the middle distance (the dreamy ‘My Love’), the next heading off on a garage-psych Hollywood road trip (‘Los Angeles Whirl’). A real mood.

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