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French electronic music guru Fakear features brand-new style on third album

By France24
07 May 2020   |   11:00 am
He describes himself as a French dude surfing the karma ocean. French electronic music guru Théo Le Vigoureux, better known under his DJ name Fakear, has achieved international success following the release of two critically acclaimed records. His catchy hits frequently draw millions of views on YouTube. After some artistic soul-searching he's releasing a new album on June 26 called "Everything Will Grow Again", featuring a brand-new sound and style. FRANCE 24's Florence Villeminot caught up with him during the coronavirus lockdown to talk about this new venture.

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