“There isn’t a bad song on the record,” writes Love is Pop in a recent review of DTCV‘s Confusion Moderne. “Whether you’re into fuzz pedals or French Pop, it’s sure to put a smile on your face.” Awarding it with the title of “album of the day,” the site praises the LP’s “adorable and irresistible” qualities, comparing the band to French group Superbus as well as Phil Spector and coming to the conclusion that the album is like “Serge Gainsbourg’s collaborations with Brigitte Bardot as covered by The Raveonettes.” Read the glowing feature right here.
Stereogum has posted the video for “Historie Seule,” which was directed by Steven Soderbergh and debuted on Pitchfork. The Stereogum post includes a few words from singer/songwriter Lola G. about the inspiration behind the song, and is well worth checking out here or below:
DTCV debuted just outside the Top 100 on last week’s Radio 200. Help boost them to a new chart peak this week!
Stream the album Confusion Moderne in its entirety below: