You dropped your debut single “L’Orage” a few days ago. Why did you return to music and release this project?
To be honest, I never really stopped making music. I’ve always carried on composing and producing but without any specific goal in mind. I always wonder why you go public as an artist, it’s a particular process. I believe you make music because it makes you happy: sometimes you’re really into it, and you think, “Ah fuck, that’s cool”. That being said, most of the time the stuff you come up with makes you think “Shit that sucks, that sucks, that sucks”. Then you’re not having such a good time anymore. (laughs)
Talking with Jean—who mixed the track and is a very encouraging person—as well as with the guys from Ulysse clearly motivated me to jump in. And it’s satisfying to have a project that exists, even though people don’t like it or ignore it. There’s music I’m not receptive to either, but I still think it’s cool that something exists, and that it creates a reaction within the audience. Music is shaping the way culture evolves, and I think that’s pretty great.