Here’s another quick post for another French coldwave classic, re-ripped from the archives for those who have already heard this one. This post is a sister post of sorts to Sorrow Vomit’s latest offering. While that self-released CD-R contains most of the band’s discography, it curiously neglects the A-side to this 7” and includes a low quality rip of the b-side. Maybe the band were disappointed with this single or couldn’t locate the tapes. Just a theory. The songs are quite long for a 7”, which explains some of the murkiness that you may hear here occasionally.
Anyway, this 7” saw the band experimenting with heavier, synthpop-inspired drums, though obviously the songs are still very synth/guitar/bass driven, melancholy tones, etc. If I recall correctly, these two tracks featured a different lineup than “Le Nez Rouge” so that may explain both the new sounds and the aforementioned omissions.
Sombre Septembre- Une Lune Une Hiver 7”
1. Une Lune Une Hiver
2. Passée La Nuit
Coming soon- more collaborations from an Italian collector as well as some never-before-heard rarities I’ve been meaning to post for a while now. Hang tight!