Album artwork for Diabolique by L’Epee

A stellar combination of the talents of The Brian Jonestown Massacre’s Anton Newcombe, cinematic femme fatale Emmanuelle Seigner and ice-cool pop provocateurs The Limiñanas (Lionel and Marie Liminana), L'Pee transcend artistic and traditional borders.

Their creative energy has been channelled into their extraordinary debut album. Named in tribute to Mario Bava’s 1968 cult classic ‘Danger: Diabolik’, it’s a musical masterclass where elements of garage, ye-ye, sleaze rock, cult soundtracks, sci-fi, spaghetti westerns and girl-group pop noir are combined with the cut-and-thrust zeal of a band bursting with ideas and energy. All delivered by Emmanuelle in a sultry Gallic drawl which will send a frisson of recognition through anyone familiar with her iconic roles in, among many others, Frantic, Venus In Fur and Bitter Moon (all directed by her husband, Roman Polanski).

L’Epee

Diabolique

Album artwork for Diabolique by L’Epee
LP +

$23.99

180 gram, ruby vinyl,

Released 09/03/2019Catalog Number

AUK133LP

Album artwork for Diabolique by L’Epee
CD

$17.99

Released 09/03/2019Catalog Number

AUK 133CD

L’Epee

Diabolique

Album artwork for Diabolique by L’Epee
LP +

$23.99

180 gram, ruby vinyl,

Released 09/03/2019Catalog Number

AUK133LP

Album artwork for Diabolique by L’Epee
CD

$17.99

Released 09/03/2019Catalog Number

AUK 133CD

A stellar combination of the talents of The Brian Jonestown Massacre’s Anton Newcombe, cinematic femme fatale Emmanuelle Seigner and ice-cool pop provocateurs The Limiñanas (Lionel and Marie Liminana), L'Pee transcend artistic and traditional borders.

Their creative energy has been channelled into their extraordinary debut album. Named in tribute to Mario Bava’s 1968 cult classic ‘Danger: Diabolik’, it’s a musical masterclass where elements of garage, ye-ye, sleaze rock, cult soundtracks, sci-fi, spaghetti westerns and girl-group pop noir are combined with the cut-and-thrust zeal of a band bursting with ideas and energy. All delivered by Emmanuelle in a sultry Gallic drawl which will send a frisson of recognition through anyone familiar with her iconic roles in, among many others, Frantic, Venus In Fur and Bitter Moon (all directed by her husband, Roman Polanski).