Sophia Djebel Rose delivers a dark and trembling luminous poetry. The arpeggios of a guitar mix with the bareness of a voice that sings of black forests and clear waters, the seasons, death, revolt and love. This voice could be that of one of those ageless ballads carried by the echo of a mountain, but it is above all the voice of a future reinvented in the light of our childhood desires, where luxury is found in the simplicity of a summer afternoon. In the wake of Josephine Foster, Angel Olsen, Daniel Higgs or Catherine Ribeiro + Alpes, Sophia Djebel Rose reinvents the French language and infuses it with distant flavors.
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