Juniore are part of the recent Parisian scene (Melody’s Echo Chamber, Moodoid, La Femme) that keeps one eye transfixed on the glorious 1960a french scene, where elements of surf, psych and even spaghetti western surface, without falling into boring cliches. The four piece captained by Anna Jean have just released their second 7 inch on the awesome Enterprise label and (hopefully) will drop a full album soon.
La Fin Du Monde is walking into a dark, elegant bar at night where red velvet curtains hang on the wall and a slit of orange moon shines through the tall windows behind the bar. As you walk towards the eerily smiling bartender and order a drink you look around you and notice something strange about the clientele, who all seem to have a full glass in their hand, waiting for something or someone. As the ice in your glass starts to crack the whole room starts looking up to the sky in the window behind you where some strange lunar phenomena starts to paint the night sky. As you take a sip facing the crowd you hear a distant rumble coming from outside and watch the crowd cheer and imbibe their drinks. The ground starts to shake and the people start to prance about, it won’t be long now, and if the world needs to end tonight you might as well start to dance.
Check out La Fin Du Monde below and go get their 7 inch HERE.
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