LP version. Includes CD. Gatefold sleeve with matte finish. Since 2016, Rémy Poncet, aka Chevalrex, sits among the top new French songwriters to watch thanks to Futurisme (BEC 5156452/BEC 5156453, 2016), an intimate sophomore album which he plays all the instruments, and also critically-acclaimed by the press. Wondering how one finds his/her place in today's world while staying true to him/herself, Chevalrex offers his answers in this third album and leaves behind his minimalist compositions to raise his ambitions and push his music into a whole other dimension. Recorded this time with additional musicians and even a whole string orchestra, Anti Slogan compiles ten songs meticulously crafted in which the worlds of Jim O'Rourke, Vincent Delerme, Tindersticks, and Boris Vian collide, showcasing a level of refinement hardly ever heard in the French pop scene.
|A1||Face Aux Mouvements Du Cœur #1||04:16|
|A3||Bonjour, C'est Moi||03:49|
|B1||Face Aux Mouvements Du Cœur #2||04:14|
|B3||Le Grand Absent||02:43|
|B4||À L'Abri D'Une Vie Intérieure||03:27|