2017-10-19T12:12:00+00:00 2017-10-19T12:21:40+00:00

YELLE's "Romeo" gets an atmospheric new flip from Lewis OfMan

YELLE is a group who has accomplished a feat that many hope to. The French project has bypassed international boundaries with its music, both showing the power of the internet and the power of good music, no matter in what language. The project's singer Julie Budet led the way on their 2007 debut Pop Up was the first demonstration of such ascension, with "Je veux te voir" and "A cause des garçons" landing viral notoriety. With the backing of her partner and producer GrandMarnier, YELLE has since released two additional albums, the last in 2014 Complètement fou

YELLE began 2017 with her first new music in nearly two years, releasing "Romeo" as her latest in a string of singles seemingly on the road to an unannounced album in the future. As always, YELLE's music is such where electronic music plays a large part in its execution and inspiration, making it ripe for remixing. In the past, she's worked with names like Madeon, and today we have the exclusive first on another remix from a fellow French citizen. This time it's up and coming producer Lewis OfMan, and his remix is impressive. Atmospheric and retro, OfMan's take on "Romeo" is funky, smooth and ready for a day party or lounge. Check it out above and YELLE's tour dates below, with OfMan opening up for the act on tour.

Mon 10.23 – Vancouver, BC @ Imperial
Tue 10.24 – Seattle, WA @ Crocodile
Wed 10.25 – Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom
Fri 10.27 – San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw
Sat 10.28 – San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw
Sun 10.29 – San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw
Thu 11.02 – Los Angeles, CA @ Resident
Fri 11.03 – Los Angeles, CA @ Resident
Sat 11.04 – Los Angeles, CA @ Resident – SOLD OUT
Sun 11.05 – Los Angeles, CA @ Resident
Tue 11.07 – San Diego, CA @ Casbah
Wed 11.08 – Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent
Fri 11.10 – Dallas, TX @ RBC
Sat 11.11 – Austin, TX @ SOS

 

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