As a love letter to her adopted home, Paris, “Weight of You” juggles all the vibrant and volatile elements of a modern, cosmopolitan city and turns them into music. Within its sonic strands, you can hear the bustle and burn of the urban sprawl, you can hear the dream-like vibes of its art and architecture, the dark and brooding undercurrents of those more dangerous, off the beaten track places, the trippy, dance grooves of the forward-thinking attitudes and the primal growl of two millennia of industry and ambition…

 

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