Emilie Simon has given new life to French pop and electro. She is one of the most eloquent windows to contemporary French music. Her manipulation of English and French, her gift for finding the perfect musical articulation and resonance, the millions of precise musical details that become clearer and more remarkable each time your hear them, and her blend of electronic beats with subtle live orchestrations make Simon a unique artist, gifted with a beautiful and distinct voice.
One of the most successful artists of past years, she ranks with the likes of Daft Punk and Air, and is one of the most eloquent windows to contemporary French music. She is often called the French Björk. Added to all of this is the high-quality mixing by genius Markus Dravs, who has worked with Brian Eno and Björk, among others.
Emilie Simon also composed the French soundtrack to the worldwide smash hit March of the Penguins, which gave her huge commercial success and crowned her as the master of electro-pop. As her American fan base is rapidly growing, Milan Records is proud to release Simon's first US album, The Flower Book. The album includes mystifying songs based on otherworldly themes. Each song is a story of its own with its own atmosphere, distinct from the previous one...