So it's no surprise that she transports us back to 1991 in 'Lying With You' when she witnessed her father's death. She addresses the loss of her sister and the death of her father, , when she was 19 like a true artist, transforming her pain and love into moving, surprising songs. En cas de réutilisation des textes de cette page, voyez. Ses filles Alice et Jo font une apparition. The eleven songs on 'Rest' are nothing if not sure-footed, proffering a compelling fusion of gleaming, string-emblazonedmodern electro-pop and cinematically textured avant-chanson-their magical music box melodies kissed by bruised, introspective, occasionally disquieting lyrics.
Classsic and Because Music release the book on March 25. Elsewhere on the album, you can hear the influence of French producer SebastiAn loud and clear: 'Sylvia Says' and closer 'Les Oxalis' have the foot-stomping disco vibes you'd expect from the Daft Punk and Justice remixer. The track name aside, Gainsbourg's robotic delivery of the religious vows together with SebastiAn's relentless, ominous bass undermine the idea that this song has anything to do with one perfect love. With , she grows more fearless as an artist while facing her losses, and the future, with courage and love. She was so grief-stricken after the 2013 death of her half-sister Kate Barry -- who fell from a fourth-floor apartment window -- that she relocated her family to New York City for a fresh start. Just the sort of self-effacing comment you'd expect from someone who, having recorded her first song at 12 years old, has only now, at 46, released an album of her own lyrics.
Le premier extrait, Rest, co-écrit et composé par , est dévoilé début septembre , suivi par les titres Deadly Valentine et Ring-A-Ring O' Roses. L'album a été en grande partie produit par. On the album's second half, moves on from sadness. The resulting song is a beautifully delicate paean to her sister and to grief. Rest, her fifth and latest album, sees her fully embrace her life, her music, her fame, and indeed her position. Wikipedia® est une marque déposée de la , organisation de bienfaisance régie par le paragraphe du code fiscal des États-Unis.
That feeling of accepting loss, but not being consumed by it, dwells within every aspect of ; even its title speaks to the many layers of stillness and rejuvenation within its songs. Il s'agit d'un enregistrement de Jo la seconde fille de Charlotte chantant l', sur lequel a été rajoutée une orchestration en postproduction. No, and you get the sense that any fear of embarassment is really rooted in a fear of oversharing or making the listener uncomfortable — which would only be a danger if the delivery was apologetic. A viciously-circling, brutally cinematic harpsichord opens the title track, which clearly references her sister. . But it's not: her breathy, ethereal vocal is charged with grief and longing, while the ballsy electro-pop accompaniment drives confidently forward, moulding to her voice.
Following the loss of her older sister Kate, Gainsbourg retreated from Paris and moved to New York where she finished this album. Named for a delicate flower and featuring a driving disco beat over misty storytelling, it feels like the end credits of a movie, redemption achieved and chapter closed. It isn't a mournful song; the lilting persistence of the synth accompaniment together with a vocal lightness makes it warm — accepting, even. This collector's item, limited to 1,000 copies, draws its black and silver aesthetic from the album. Voyez les pour plus de détails, ainsi que les.
So yes, these are intimate lyrics and stories told first person for the first time — and not just intimate, but vulnerable, self knowing, open and loving. And that was it—the first push I longed for. It gives a glimpse into the making of the album, told through her own photographs, lyrics, handwritten notes and drawings - a collection of Charlotte's mementos created during the album's conception in Paris, New York and London. Thanks to this first step into directing, I was able to take possession of my own imagery. She also switched up her collaborators, enlisting everyone she could from controversial author Michel Houellebecq to Paul McCartney, as well as Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Connan Mockasin , and moving on from working with Beck as a producer to SebastiAn remember him? I was nodding through the telephone while writing down the master's principles. To go out, and carry a camera for myself. The video with Blood Orange's Dev Hynes shows a couple at various stages of romantic commitment from childhood to old age.
Le premier extrait, Rest, co-écrit et composé par , est dévoilé début septembre , suivi par les titres Deadly Valentine et Ring-A-Ring O' Roses. Il s'agit d'un enregistrement de Jo la seconde fille de Charlotte chantant l'alphabet, sur lequel a été rajoutée une orchestration en postproduction. Despite past lyrical collaborators taking Gainsbourg's experiences on board when writing her words — Beck produced and wrote almost all of the songs on 2009's about Gainsbourg's experience suffering from a brain haemorrhage — this is the first time she's fully taken to the floor herself. A lesser musician might not be able to handle the album's shift from funereal ballads to celebratory dance and pop, but makes it all sound natural -- and more purposeful than any of her previous music. In a recent interview with The Economist, Charlotte Gainsbourg spoke of the lyrics in Rest, her latest release and first proper studio album for eight years, as 'intimate — not embarrassing but on the verge of being embarrassing'. Up to me to deliver my personality in either the archive footage I was choosing or the new images I filmed.
It was co-written and composed by Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo of Daft Punk and it's a luscious, hushed track, with Gainsbourg singing in French, barely breaking from a whisper over two melancholy, interweaving keyboard lines. It alternates contemplative two-color pictures in black and silver, with sketches and lyric drafts printed on journal paper -offering the reader a unique experience. Ses filles Alice et Jo font une apparition. Following this, Gainsbourg moved with her family to New York. Follow Alex Robert Ross on. As elsewhere on the album, the context is integral to understanding lyrical or production decisions that might otherwise have sounded strange, or even cheesy. He answered, 'No… you should do it.
L'album a été en grande partie produit par. The catalyst for this volte-face? This title track both hopes for rest for her sister, but also for herself, from her grief. Produced by SebastiAn Frank Ocean, Kavinsky and mixed by Tom Elmhirst Adele, Lorde, David Bowie , Gainsbourg's last studio album Rest was released in late 2017 and was her first in seven years. Trying to create a repetitive language through this musical loop. Six-minute 'Deadly Valentine' continues in this vein, only with a darker edge. Yet Rest is far from a finale; it feels instead the beginning of a new start for Gainsbourg. She sounds more in control of her voice than ever before, and for good reason: wrote 's lyrics after years of not feeling ready to share her own words with the world.
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