Throughout his career, Sebastien Tellier has been inspired, almost infatuated, with different mentally, spiritually and physically provocative subjects, with each such infatuation going on to conceive a vision and a theme for an album. From 2004’s Politics, through to the hugely successful Sexuality in 2008, Tellier has spent the past decade practicing and mastering the art of igniting a flash of inspiration into a blazing inferno of realized creativity.
From the first rattles of debut single Fantino back in 2001, through to the enduring popularity of 2005’s sumptuous La Ritournelle and the smash hit success of Eurovision touted Divine, Tellier has proved himself to be the undisputed king of a pop classic with a psychical, sensual and physical pull. His latest opus is the work of a composer, a poet, a visionary, an inventor, whose ambition is to bring back the imaginary, to revive dreaming. It’s an invitation, and what a glorious place Sébastien Tellier’s imagination is proving to be.