We strongly recommend that fans of Jacco Gardner, Tame Impala, François de Roubaix, Air and Stereolab head over to see Biche in concert.
According to legend, the band was formed in the idyllic Yvelines forest, and this all male group crept out of the undergrowth end of April with the launch of their debut album, the enchanting La Nuit des Perséides, with its elegant cover artwork. Their music is psychedelic, muted and dreamlike, resembling that of their long-admired heroes. In turn, just like the music of their idols, it induces a delightful reverie. Biche proclaims its penchant for idleness in their lyrics but also in their actions (seven years have passed between the initial sparks of the album and its actual release) and we are seriously tempted to join them in their infinite weightlessness.