Through a clever way of injecting classic songs with influences from punk, soul, techno, trap and hip hop, Parisian Aime Simone created his own genre that he calls 'Postpop'. He looks like a cross between a rocker and supporter of gothic music and Lil Peep . And feels very close to artists who, like him, make mainstream music with a sense of intimacy and DIY culture.
His stay in various countries and cities such as LA, Vienna and Berlin provided him with the inspiration for his new album Oh Glory , which is highly expected in France. Just as important as the music is the visual language that Simone radiates: fashionable, indebted to the French Belle Epoque and the paintings of Caravaggio and with trashy post-Soviet inspired artwork. Single 'Shining Light' already earned him hit status and his debut album Say Yes, Say No quickly achieved international fame.
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