French-alternative band Talisco are setting out to chart new musical territory, digging deep into electronic-folk experimentation with their unique combination of explosive vocals, driving beats and shimmery electronic arrangements. Talisco released their first single Your Wish locally in July, following its huge success in Europe over the last year with over 2 million hits online to date. An undeniable summer anthem, the success of ‘Your Wish’ transcended all of Talisco’s expectations, making their mark for years to come.
Now in a special treat for their growing Australian fanbase, Talisco have released a very special re-work of Eventually by Tame Impala, a band which singer Jérôme Amandi calls “innovative” and “unclassifiable,” labelling their latest album Currents as “surprising, solar, and melodious.” The cover, available to stream exclusively via their Soundcloud channel, sees Talisco swap Tame Impala’s signature analogue sound for electric piano, which was recorded entirely in Amandi’s home studio.
Currently wrapping up a huge 12 month European tour, Talisco have their eyes set on the rest of the world, with their debut album Run scheduled to be released in the US and Australia in early 2016.
Of course, again, not in Europe Spain is counted, and we have not seen this group live nor an album. In any case, we have read mixed reviews about the power of their live performances through the network. Some, enough, say we face a band of quality and very good sounds but unable to show strength and give life to the feelings through person, quite disappointing if true, all the wasted potential musically.