Monday, 11 Dec
The Lower Third, London
Long a leading figure at Madame Arthur’s cabaret, he has the exuberance of a rock star and the modesty of a poet. At just 27 years old, Lucky Love has already lived a thousand lives, which his songs echo. The promise of a dense musical work haunted by the spirit of a James Blake, an Antony and the Johnsons or, closer to us, a Christophe since his texts are in English and French.
The daring musical production was entrusted to a unique quartet bringing together the best of song, rap and electro: Jérémy Châtelain, Prinzly, Paco Del Rosso and Nömak. This is the strength of Lucky Love: bringing together people and talents that nothing predestined to meet. A luminous artist, who radiates when he plays and who electrifies when he sings.
But also a committed artist: “In the name of all the people who, like me, have suffered from a lack of representation, it is a middle finger to political correctness or the norm. It is also a way of to become the example I didn’t have growing up and that’s a wonderful gift.”