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E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like – INDOLORE

Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to INDOLORE. I discovered this artist while shuffling songs on Spotify and I liked his way of composing music.

Already from the first seconds and the first notes begin to strike your ears you realize that you are in front of a songwriter of great experience and maturity.

A refined way of composing music that keeps every nuance under control.

The thing that I liked most about this artist is his way of interpreting the words sung in the lyrics.

I believed the stories and words of his songs. A voice that has a very particular and immediately recognizable timbre, sinuously mysterious, perfect for telling stories.

The chord progression is never banal and obvious and INDOLORE manages to entertain the listener from the first to the last second by keeping you glued to the speakers.

The production is professional and the mix is very well balanced and leaves the right space for each sound element.

An artist to follow, absolutely recommended.

After The Rain is INDOLORE’s Album Out Now!

Naturally Magic!


Since his first steps and clumsy snoggings on the dunes of the French West Coast, he has sprinkled his way with a luminous melancholy. During his life in Paris, he cultivated a so-called modern romanticism, an erotic folk, between dopamine and slaps in the face.

From his sudden travels, from his openings for Sia and Morcheeba, from his collaborations with the legendary Terry Reid, from his thoughtless love stories, he has retained and nurtured a lively and damnably tenacious flame. From his first EP “Positive Girls”, he gained confidence, with the enthusiastic reception of the track “Je Rêve D’é”, the experience of numerous concerts alone on stage and the recognition, up to that of the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas.

From his following album, “Love Letters from Eylenda”, recorded at Sigur Rós mothership studio in Iceland, he brought back a pure, unique adventure and an indie hit, the opening song, “Let Me Find Out”. INDOLORE 15 million+ streams on all digital platforms.



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