Photo by Marie Merlet
You undoubtedly know Laetitia Sadier best as a founding member of Stereolab. If you're a fan of her work with the iconic French indie band, you're also going to adore her solo work. Her latest single, "Panser L'Inacceptable," is exactly what you'd expect and want from a solo song from Sadier. It still has that ultra-hip, retro-cool sound that made Stereolab so beloved, but in a more stripped down and almost earthy version. Anything Sadier puts out has that same intriguing and impossible to resist quality, and you get that in full force here. "Panser L'Inacceptable" has a retro 60's Paris meets modern neo-folk sound, and who doesn't want that?
You can watch the video for "Panser L'Inacceptable" below. Rooting for Love is due out February 26 on Drag City, and is available for pre-order here. For more on Laetitia Sadier, check out the artist on Instagram. Upcoming tour dates are below the video.