A songwriter, composer, performer and multi-instrumentalist, as much at home with organic as electronic instruments, Marie-Flore is a true devotee of pop.
Marie-Flore is a big fan of the classics, including the Velvet Underground, with a shared taste for toxic themes, Leonard Cohen, her ultimate reference in poetry, Serge Gainsbourg for the sensual wordplay and Christophe, the benevolent mentor who shares her high standards. She admits she is "addicted" to cloud rap artists, such as Damso and Lomepal, but also to the lady of the night spirit of Dua Lipa and Lana del Rey. With no trace of snobbery, only respect for songs with a visceral effect.
Her first album Braquage ("Hold-Up") is the musical and auto-fictional tale of dysfunctional love told step by step. Sensual, distrustful, ironic, seductive and literally out of the ordinary, Marie-Flore takes aim at our hearts. And we are all ready to surrender.