French project L'Impératrice will release new album 'Taku Tsubo' on March 26th.
The group blend synth pop flavours with an intergalactic feel, a quietly mind-blowing concoction.
With a new album incoming, L'Impératrice have shared a new single, as visceral as it is seductive.
'Peur des Filles' is a takedown of misogyny, with the title translating as 'fear of girls'.
The video exemplifies this attitude, flipping masculine insecurity on its head to present women as chainsaw wielding manics.
Flore Benguigui's calm, crisp vocals linger in the background, with Aube Perrie commenting:
“This music video is necessary. It should be broadcast in our schools. It should be translated into all languages. This title should be included in the next Voyager Golden Record...”
Check out 'Peur des Filles' below.
'Taku Tsubo' will be released on March 26th.
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