Music finds #6 – A French danse
“Music Finds” is a new series, with new posts here on the blog each Wednesday. The concept is as follows:
As I listen to a lot of music, I from time to time finds a piece that sticks out, sometimes because it’s quirky, mixed two very unlikely genres, unlikely instruments, or just damn right having an awesome sound. Expect any kind of genre to appear here. These songs is what I will be sharing with you in these posts called “Music Finds”.
Ah, French. The language that makes me want to smoke cigarettes indoor a 4 meter high atalier, drink porto (sorry France) and reconsider every aspect of not only my life, but my whole being.
It’s also the language sung in this weeks music finds!
Indila – Dernière Danse
This is a song that breaths of slow disaster and a troubled mind, much empathized in the video. I don’t know French, and when looking up the lyrics translated to English, they didn’t make full justice to the feeling I got. That’s maybe a benefit of not knowing what the singer is singing, but to only base my reaction on the “feeling” of the song. This song have atmosphere, with a fragile start that erupts to the build-up and chorus, to then return just as broken in the next verse. The use of (what sounds like) an upright bas is a nice touch that I highly approve.