There’s not a single doubt in my mind that Kazy Lambist is one of the best French artists active in the scene. Every single one of his releases builds upon the previous in terms of quality and so it’s no surprise that “Tous Les Jours” is his best effort yet. The production on this one is absolutely pulsating with fleeting sensual tension that’s classy in a way that only the French could pull off. Amoué’s vocals are utterly enchanting and you can feel the gravitational pull of each and every intoxicating word she utters (not to mention those spine-tingling vocal chops) while Jowee Omicil adds bouncy heaps of tongue-in-cheek swagger to give this one some extra oomph. This one is somehow made even more exciting with the best music video I’ve seen in years, a French cinematic experience that feels like a short film with commentary on the swipe-right culture we live in today.
All of these dating apps are so vapid and fleeting. People are judged on the basis of a few photos and a few sentences, sentenced to a swipe left and never seen again or a swipe right where middling conversation will evolve into something more than mindless chatter on rare occasions. There’s no capacity to foster genuine relationships that evolve from deep friendships or love at first sight – instead, instant gratification in 2019 demands that relationships be handed out on a silver platter, dates neatly wrapped in a bow and dropped off at your door like next-day shipping from Amazon Prime. The internet is essential for its connection between people across vast spaces, but that blessing becomes a curse when it comes to romanticism as of right now.
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