Since the beginning of the year, the Parisian band Météo Mirage has shared two new video clips, including the bittersweet and colourful “Ton Nom”.
Météo Mirage was formed only 4 years ago but the Parisian quintet has already played in some of the biggest French venues and music festivals, such as Rock en Seine and Printemps de Bourges. The reason: the release of “Pacifique” in 2019, a promising first EP, which was made of both ethereal and funky pop.
Now, Météo Mirage is back with two new tracks and video clips, including the first single taken from their next EP, “Ton Nom”. Describing the feeling of being haunted by an ex-partner, the song is as much melancholic as it is serene, like a self-incentive to move forward.
Its heady and bittersweet chorus is nicely illustrated with the paintings of visual artist Baptiste Perrin – who also has worked with Pépite and Frustration – comparing this path to acceptance to a dreamy travel through the desert and the unknown.
As if that were not enough, this new song is now followed by an equally touching track, “Transforme”, which deals with the gender transition of Eve, the singer’s sister.
Both tracks will be available on Météo Mirage’s next EP, which is expected to be released this spring.
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Photo: Ella Herme