France – The melancholic dance music of Owlle
Unreal, dreamlike, melancholic and dance. The electro-pop music of French singer song-writer Owlle, born France, is exactly as she describes it. Sounds evoking the past and the more diverse inspiration make up the genre that she likes to call dream pop. She has just released her debut album entitled “France”, which contains her most intimate and personal stories and her most-played hits such as “Ticky Ticky” and “Don’t Lose It”, songs that are taking part in the affirmation of her art. Appreciated by Depeche Mode, who asked her to remix their song “Heaven”, and inspired by musician, composer and producer, Brian Eno, Owlle has all the credentials to win over the most diverse audience. We met her in Milan, where she performed at the Elita Design Week Festival.