Halo Maud’s “Wherever” is another bilingual psyche-pop delicatessen

Halo Maud‘s debut album “Je Suis Une Île” will be available on May 25 via Heavenly Recordings.

Halo Maud is undoubtedly one of the most exciting acts amidst this whole new wave of French indie and psyche-pop artists. Ahead of the release of her debut album “Je Suis Une Île” next month, she has just shared a new enchanting video and single. Carried away by her fairy-like vocals both in French and English, her song “Wherever” focuses on memory. The video is signed by Parisian filmmakers’ collective Dee Zoo it, who also produced her “Baptism” video.

About this new single, Halo Maud detailed:

It all started with this sentence “it made me want to be wherever you were”, that I received and took as a gift. The song talks about memories, in that case of a past love story, about the traces and even the physical sensations it leaves. I am quite fascinated by the effect of time generally, by how things are filtered by our memory, and I am wondering how much we decide to blur our vision.

The artist is also about to tour through Europe and the UK. Check the dates below:

Tuesday 15th May: London, Sebright Arms, UK

Thursday 17th May: The Great Escape festival, Brighton, UK

Friday 18th May: The Great Escape festival, Brighton, UK

Sunday 27th May: Paris, La Gaîté Lyrique, FR (supporting Phoenix)

Thursday 31st May: Paris, La Gaîté Lyrique, FR (supporting Phoenix)

Thursday 7th June: Anvers, SWTC festival, BE

Friday 20th July: Hyères, Midi festival, FR

Sunday 22nd July – Larmer Tree festival, Salisbury, UK

Friday 27th July: Port Eliot festival, Cornwall, UK

Saturday 28th July: Lunar festival, Birmingham, UK

Sunday 29th July – Umberslade Estate, West Midlands, UK

Friday August 31st – Electric Fields festival, Dumfries & Galloway, UK

Friday 7th September: Coconut Music Festival, FR

Friday September 14th – Good Life festival, Chester, UK

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