The Royal Albert Hall's annual celebration of the very best in French contemporary artists. The evening promises to showcase a variety of French talent, including Nadeah (Nouvelle Vague), Le Masion Tellier and Lail Arad. Paris-based chanteuse Nadeah Miranda, inspired by the likes of Lou Reed, Leonard Cohen and Björk, has become the go-to girl for French cabaret acts while also pursuing a solo career of her own. Her debut album 'Venus Gets Even', self-described as lyrically twisted, dark cabaret pop and featuring the single 'Odile, was released in 2011'. La Maison Tellier were founded in Normandie in 2004. Using various traditional instruments, the band created a personal kind of folk-rock, sung in French as well as in English, showcasing many different musical influences but blending them into a very recognisable homogeneous sound.
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