Fleuves noirs

Biography

Fleuves noirs is a French post-rock band formed in 2016 by members Jules Drapeau, Marie Lemoine, and Hugo Moreau. The band’s name, which translates to “black rivers” in English, reflects their music’s dark and atmospheric aesthetic.

Fleuves noirs draws inspiration from a wide range of musical influences, including post-rock, shoegaze, and ambient music. Their sound is characterized by haunting guitar melodies, ethereal vocals, and intricate layers of sound that create a dreamy and immersive listening experience.

Since their formation, Fleuves noirs has released several EPs and singles, gaining a dedicated following in the French underground music scene. Their music has been praised for its emotional depth and cinematic quality, often evoking feelings of melancholy and introspection.

With their unique sound and captivating live performances, Fleuves noirs continues to push the boundaries of post-rock music and establish themselves as a rising force in the independent music scene. Fans of bands like Mogwai, Explosions in the Sky, and Sigur Rós are sure to find something to love in Fleuves noirs’ evocative and atmospheric soundscapes.

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19. 5. 2023 Jazz Vinyl
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