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Metronomy

26 Mar
They have a knack for the sort of radio-friendly, feel-good pop tunes that have won them fans the world over. Metronomy's music is the soundtrack to an eternal summer. As they return with a seventh studio album, the band members sit down with FRANCE 24 to talk about taking a creative break, the new stripped-down sound of their album "Small World", as well as their deep and affectionate ties to Paris, French food and the racier side of la chanson française.

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