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The French Pop Dream features the first English-language recordings of the award-winning French chanteuse Anne Brugiere. Inspired by the 60s ye-ye pop of Francoise Hardy and Brigitte Bardot, the French Pop Dream is a song-cycle about longing and belonging, set between France and England. We have been played on BBC Radio 2, BBC 6 Music, BBC London, French Radio London and various US college radio stations and had some lovely reviews, some reproduced below. We have also recorded the theme to an American TV show set in Paris called L’Amour or Less.

Please contact the French Pop Dream at: frenchpopdream@gmail.com

Praise for Anne and the French Pop Dream

“Wonderfully evocative… sounds like it has dropped off the soundtrack of a French film” – Gary Crowley, BBC London

“Really quite cute” – Steve Lamacq, BBC 6 Music

“Like Francoise Hardy singing Isobel Campbell in Camera Obscura’s back room…”

Gill Mills, Amazing Radio.

“Resonates with the cheeriness, optimism, and playfulness of Belle & Sebastian… if you listen closely you can hear the sounds of Paris in the background” –
Revue magazine (Canada)

“Sweet, romantic, full of that dreamy 60s vibe… A pop delight” – Bloodbuzzed blog

“Wonderful… songs about life happening all around you, delivered exquisitely with a delightful, carefree charm that can do nothing but make your day brighter” – JustMusic thatILike.com

“Great stuff – pitched perfectly and elegantly” – Everett True, Collapseboard.com [Records of the Year so far column]

“Seductive… luscious… if you daydream in black and white cine film, then Anne Brugiere is the girl for you” – Bloodbuzzed (blog)

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