Frànçois Marry has been developing Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains since its beginnings as a band, to its current form as a nomadic, “very European” project. For this special performance, Frànçois is joined by Rachida & Manar in a cozy, intimate rendition of the song “Julie,” with the chorus in Arabic.
Banane Bleue is available now from Domino Records.
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