Une Saison Volée by Françoiz Breut
After "Vingt à trente mille jours", this is the second and last time that Françoiz Breut has picked and interpreted songs by other writers. The album's great appeal lies in the fact that Breut exhibits great diversity, sings in four different languages and stretches the boundaries of her actual genre, chanson, very much in all possible directions. The indie rock of "La certitude" leads to the alternative folk of "Over All" (by Herman Düne). Emotional Spanish romanticism in "Ciudad del Mar" builds a bridge to the Françoise Hardy piece "Le premier bonheur de jour", which she learned to love due to the Brazilians Os Mutantes. In the end, with "km 83" by Dominique A, Françoiz Breut returns to the contemporary neo-chanson of the time. And all this is brought together by one of the most beautiful voices of her generation.
"Une saison volée" is Françoiz Breut's first album to be released by Le Pop. The tour with Mathieu Boogaerts became the biggest success of the Le Pop On Tour series to date, with the DJ team on board.