With airy melodies and angelic polyphony floating upon gentle riffs of guitar, Delphine Capron transports her audience in a cocoon.
Along with Pierre Lacube who simultaneously plays his doublebass and the drums , they draw a sensitive indie folk-rock landscape.
The songs of Delphine Capron, written in French and English are inspired by mythologies and her favorite poets. Djalâl-Ad Dîn Rumi, René Char, Neruda, Silvia Plath and William Wordsworth meet a medieval and antique bestiary.
The softness of her music contrasts with her lyrics, reminding us of French singer Barbara but also Cat Power, Lhasa de Sela and Joan Baez.
To listen or order her album the links of Spotify, Deezer and ITunes are here
Hello! As I couldn’t play the guitare due to my accident in August 2017, I spent most of my year 2017/2018 working as an English teacher . I finished the writing of my second album which is a good step but I was very frustrated not to play, but a new year has come 🙂 […]
Dear All, No newsletter since this summer because due to a « sliding statue accident » that hurt and mashed my left hand badly … Fortunately, it happened after the concert at the music festival Les Suds; you will find extracts on my Youtube channel. Over 200 people came under the arches of the Vincent Van […]
November Rain News
Dear All, Since the last concert of the release evening of my EP, here are the last news: Prospections- I was lucky enough to spend the month of October under the changing skies of one of my home-regions, Normandy, a perfect location for the time-consuming job of searching for record label and places to play. […]