The french female fronted electro dark post-punk act Brigade Apache have just released an LP via the Le Havre, France-based label Records Ruin The Landscape. The first album of this Occitanie, France-based band is called “Firefly” and holds 11 tracks.
Brigade Apache consists of the duo JM Vasse and Delphine Rivals and was formed earlier this year. JM Vasse is one of the members of NO WOW 33, but also of Mozermilk, a post-rock group for which Delphine delivered some vocals. You can expect a mix of what the duo calls “heterodox influences rather than genre music” so Brigade Apache (JM Vasse and Delphine Rivals) explain.
The album is available as download and as a limited vinyl edition. The vinyl edition is numbered and limited to 500 copies with a design by Laura Kopf.
Here are a couple of live videos showing the band at work.
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