Album artwork for Renegade Breakdown by Marie Davidson and L'Oeil Nu

Marie Davidson is back with a new album, a new band, and a bold new sound: Renegade Breakdown on Ninja Tune. Arriving under the banner of Marie Davidson and L’Oeil nu, a trio formed of three old-time friends and long-term collaborators with shared roots in Montreal’s DIY scene: Marie, Pierre Guerineau and Asaël R. Robitaille (the former two are also husband and wife, and partners in the group Essaie pas). Drawn to the idea of the eternal return, they deliver a forward-facing, innovative pop record that builds on the classic tenets of Marie’s music to create something that strikes out towards a broader audience. With dark humour and interpolated musical influences - from Fleetwood Mac to Kraftwerk, and jazz classics such as Billie Holiday and Chet Baker - they spin each of its entries in wildly imaginative directions.

Marie Davidson and L'Oeil Nu

Renegade Breakdown

Ninja Tune
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Album artwork for Renegade Breakdown by Marie Davidson and L'Oeil Nu
CD

$14.99

CD gatefold sleeve with both sides opening.

Released 10/02/2020Catalogue Number

ZENCD267

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Marie Davidson and L'Oeil Nu

Renegade Breakdown

Ninja Tune
Album artwork for Album artwork for Renegade Breakdown by Marie Davidson and L'Oeil Nu by Renegade Breakdown - Marie Davidson and L'Oeil Nu
Album artwork for Renegade Breakdown by Marie Davidson and L'Oeil Nu
CD

$14.99

CD gatefold sleeve with both sides opening.

Released 10/02/2020Catalogue Number

ZENCD267

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Marie Davidson is back with a new album, a new band, and a bold new sound: Renegade Breakdown on Ninja Tune. Arriving under the banner of Marie Davidson and L’Oeil nu, a trio formed of three old-time friends and long-term collaborators with shared roots in Montreal’s DIY scene: Marie, Pierre Guerineau and Asaël R. Robitaille (the former two are also husband and wife, and partners in the group Essaie pas). Drawn to the idea of the eternal return, they deliver a forward-facing, innovative pop record that builds on the classic tenets of Marie’s music to create something that strikes out towards a broader audience. With dark humour and interpolated musical influences - from Fleetwood Mac to Kraftwerk, and jazz classics such as Billie Holiday and Chet Baker - they spin each of its entries in wildly imaginative directions.