Wednesday, February 20, 2013

mid-week music moment: Yelle


This isn't the first time I've featured French dance pop artist Yelle on the MWMM. I absolutely love her music - and not just because I can actually half-understand most of what she's saying. She has an unusual voice that lends itself well to that synthy, electro sound, and a knack for creating incredibly fun and party-perfect music with her producer Grand Marnier. 

Her latest single is called, "L'Amour Parfait," which you might be able to guess translates to: Perfect Love. It's got a fantastic beat and I'm kind of obsessed with the opening line:

I don't know what you mean but it means a lot to me.

Cryptic? Confusing? Either way, I think it's interesting, don't you? Take a listen to the whole song below and tell me what you think! Personally, I find it to be cool, different and almost hypnotic.


[Image credit: Galore magazine]

2 comments:

  1. I absolutely love her music too! No, I dont know what she is saying, but like you said her voice is just addicting and the beats too! Love!

    -Jacqui, burgundywhispers.com

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  2. I would've guessed it meant "I love yogurt and fruit layered in a cup." I need to learn French.

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