This double LP of the two brothers includes 30 tracks, oscillating between melancholy and wonder. They build a strong narrative throughout the songs, taking the listener by the hand to discover their unique poetic universe. Childhood is one of the band recurring themes, resonating here with the watercolor graphic universe of Cedric Babouche through his eponymous video game.
"Dordogne" is both the story of the composers and that of many young adults, nostalgic for the happy days spent alongside their grandparents during the school holidays.
Throughout the tracks, the listener will recognize warm sound textures (magnetic tape recorder, tube amplifier), gradually plunging him back into his forgotten youth.
SUPERNAIVE invite the Canadian Joseph Shabason on 4 tracks where he plays fabulous harmonized saxophone solos of which he alone has the secret.
Finally, the lyricist (and sister of the composers) Leo Mirage also wrote 4 key tracks of the album, which she performs herself for the first time.
A3. Sliding Lights
A5. Parted (feat. Joseph Shabason)
A6. Back Again
A7. Brittle Balance (feat. Joseph Shabason)
B1. Slip Away (feat. Leo Mirage)
B2. Slow and Steady
B3. Part Of It (feat. Leo Mirage)
B5. Ghost Band
B6. Hidden Gems (feat. Joseph Shabason)
B7. Slow Dance (feat. Leo Mirage)
C2. 1 + 1
C3. Pink Shores
C5. Echo ’82
C7. Set In Stone
C8. It Takes Two
D1. The Smell Of Wool
D2. Double Trouble
D3. Full Of Everything
D4. Behind The Blur
D6. Shape Of Water (feat. Joseph Shabason)
D7. Run Boy
D8. See You Around (feat. Leo Mirage)