Au Revoir Simone announce remix album

Band also set to play London gig this June

Album review: Au Revoir Simone

It’s suddenly twilight round Au Revoir Simone’s way. Once, the three girls who were so polite they never decided who should play bass or drums in their band illustrated their sensitivity in more sunny indie-pop ways. Now, like M83, they’ve expanded their vocabulary to explore the thesis ‘Thwarted Yearning = Youth’, thus ‘Still Night…’ is rich in OTT romanticism...

Au Revoir Simone announce new album tracklisting

'Still Night, Still Light' will be released on May 19

Hot Chip, Air, We Are Scientists remix Au Revoir Simone

'Reverse Migration' comes out next month

Au Revoir Simone cover David Bowie in New York

Trio triumph at biggest-yet headlining gig

Surprise openers revealed for Clap Your Hands show

Ra Ra Riot, Au Revoir Simone and Orion Experience will open

Au Revoir Simone announce debut North American headlining tour

Annie, Erika and Heather kick off at New York outdoor festival

Au Revoir Simone

With a heart heaving and childish innocence imbuing every song, are Au Revoir Simone Moshi Moshi’s answer to Arcade Fire? Erika, Heather and Annie certainly suggested a certain cinematic sensibility shared by those crazy canucks on debut ‘Verses Of Comfort, Assurance & Salvation’. But, as is clear on their second album, their Casio-keyboard consoling, minor chord-thrilling world is one...

Au Revoir Simone

The first single from the Brooklyn threesome’s upcoming album is quite simply gorgeous. Written about a friend of the girls and his string of doomed relationships, it’s the kind of tune that would make even the messiest of break-ups seem worthwhile. Meanwhile, The Teenagers pop up yet again on remix duties, converting ethereal pop into (gently) thumping electro-disco. Lovely.