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Laure Briard: “The Smell of Your Hair”

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Laure Briard is a multi-lingual musician from Toulouse, and “The Smell of Your Hair” is her pacifically-symphonic, tender and endlessly-charming brand-new single. Streaming links for it are right here. Her new album Ne pas trop rester bleue is out from February 10th courtesy of Midnight Special Records, and you’ll find all manner of links to digital and physical versions of that here.

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Laure Briard: “Ciel mer azur”

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A sweetly-sly nod to the bossa nova style with a glowing, modern heart, “Ciel mer azur” is the softly-celebratory newest single from Toulouse’s Laure Briard. The enchanting track is one of ten on Ne pas trop rester bleue, the LP she releases through Midnight Special Records on February 10th. You can pre-order vinyl, CD and digital editions of it now from Bandcamp, while those lucky enough to be in Paris on May 16th can find tickets for the album’s release show right here.

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Laure Briard: “My love is right”

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Slinky, psychedelic and styled in dizzying patterns, “My love is right” is the enchanting, ageless newest single from Toulouse, France’s Laure Briard. You can find an assortment of streaming and download links for this right here, while her next and fourth album Ne pas trop rester bleue will be released on February 10th by Midnight Special Records.

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Laure Briard: “Les nuits de la pleine lune”

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Toulouse, France’s Laure Briard has re-imagined with effervescence and tightly-seamed charm “Les nuits de la pleine lune”, a song originally recorded by Elli and Jacno for the soundtrack to √Čric Rohmer’s film of the same name. You can find streaming links for it here, and it will also appear on Midnight Special Records’ forthcoming Nocturnes compilation. Out from November 25th, you can pre-order vinyl and digital versions of that from Bandcamp now. Via Les inRocks.