ML&L - Any last words?
LUNAXY - A big thanks to you May.Life & Live for this interview, we’d like to thanks again people that helped
us accomplished our first album (Emilie Saint Pastou, Maxime Olivié, Rémy Saïd, Alexandre Renard, Hugo Salgado, Matthieu Cabanes, Pauline Khamphone, Juliette Hubert,
Luis Paganin, Marin Galan, Maëva Gilles, Marion Boissières, Sebastien Blanc) and all the people that we might have forgotten. And of course all the people that support us, our family in particular!
LUNAXY is a band of pop and nu disco formed in 2016 in Paris by Kim Cabanes and Pierre Brousse.
For these two childhood friends from Toulouse, the capital where they live nowadays, becomes the site of an unexpected musical creation.
Their first album "Departure", in collaboration with the singer Emilie Saint-Pastou is a compilation of energies with many pop influences:
Daft Punk, Bruno Mars or Michael Jackson. LUNAXY, however, knows its own lunar nuances.
Kim's hovering riffs on synths and guitars take us on a journey, when Pierre's catchy beats invite us to dance.
Both the lyrics, partly written by Luis Paganin, and the music, entirely composed by Kim and Pierre, are imbued with this freshness that
knows how to revive past experiences as well as the most current, ranging from Parisian nights to the distant skies of Amsterdam.
But what "Departure" tells us is perhaps more about the future experiences, the ambition, the dreams. On some tracks of this
album mixed by Maxime Olivié (Polywaves Studio) and mastered by Denis Degioanni (Studio Parrot) you can hear guests like Juliette Hubert
on cello or Marin Galan on saxophone. "Departure", independent production, will be released in early 2018. If you see them live, Kim and
Pierre are accompanied by Sebastien Blanc on the bass and backing vocals, and Emilie Saint-Pastou on lead vocals.