This is the first brick of an album that will be released gradually, highlighting the band audiovisual aesthetic and teasing an upcoming tour.
Sing, play, and create at all costs – that's what characterizes 2Badbrothers and their music. Their love for Blues and French electronic music is evident, but they were initially introduced to a quite different style: the gypsy music. It was their uncle and grandfather, the only musicians in the family, who played wild swing tunes, exposing the young brothers to this art and honing their musical sensibilities step by step.
Tragedy struck when their hero and uncle passed away, prompting them to summon the courage to embark on their artistic journey. Their approach became violent and radical as they sought to pay homage to their idols, drawing inspiration from renowned artists like Gary Clark Jr., the Black Keys, and Justice. In doing so, they created their own unique genre, labeled "French Blues," characterized by iconic and powerful electronic riffs. In essence, 2Badbrothers embody the spirit of the French Touch, proving that the French can also rock with their distinctive and captivating musical style.
"French" by 2badbrothers
Deconstruct, do it up side down, disrupt the norms, and make music at the crossroads of different worlds accessible. "French Pt. 2" embodies all of this. The music video was created even before finishing the track, they turned their friends into icons from the 1950s with unconventional mount, releasing the end before the beginning... It's the life and identity of the two brothers, depicted in images, sung, and played with passion and sincerity in this deliberately multicultural piece. Taking inspiration from Brando and Turner, using samplers and distorted wah-wah, the duo makes you dance and resonate with music that transcends time.
It is the first brick of an album that will be released gradually, highlighting the band audiovisual aesthetic and teasing an upcoming tour. "French Pt. 2" is the perfect entry point for all those nostalgic for a sound from the past, yet equally young and modern.