SUPERHOMARD (le) : CD Meadow Lane Park
SUPERHOMARD (le) : CD Meadow Lane Park

SUPERHOMARD (le) : LP Meadow Lane Park

SuperHomard (le)
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1 In The Park

2 Springtime

3 Door After Door

4 Paper Girl

5 Karaoking

6 Snowflakes

7 Meadow Lane Park

8 Elephant In The Room


10 Black Diamond

11 Refuel

12 Back To Meadow Lane




“Meadow Lane Park” is the first full-length album from the French quintet LE SUPERHOMARD, after having released a Mini-LP, "Maple Key" (on the Japanese label Rally Label, in the UK in Megadodo, in USA on Jigsaw Records and in France through the labels Le Pop Club Records and Echo Orange) and a Digital EP, and after the advance Single “Springtime”, released with Elefant Records. This is an album that, right from the cover and the titles of some of the songs, shows us its bucolic vocation. Just put on the song that opens the album, “In The Park”, and we can see that the landscapes they show us are injected with acid, flooded with stardust, with lysergic caresses, sweet and tremendously pleasant. We haven’t heard anything like this since that “The Noise Made By People” by BROADCAST.

The thing is, under the play of the synthesizers, under the psychedelic-style muted bases, strings and guitars aimed at lounge, they create an irresistible atmosphere that the album manages in a very special way. We already knew about the danceable roughness of “Springtime”. “Door After Door” tells us how strawberry fields would be if they had been discovered today, or how the dreaminess of Syd Barret would be. But “Paper Girl” sets up the first game: with the same elements we find a song that could have been a huge hit by ABBA arranged by Laetitia Sadier and Tim Gane. “Karaoking” develops a more classical concept of a song, with a piano presiding and arrangements that remind us somehow of the goldsmithing of another distinguished Frenchman close to Elefant, Mehdi Zannad. And the marvelous voice of Julie Big taking us toward sonic paradises. “Snowflakes” takes us back to Trish Keenan’s band, or even to those marvelous THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Landscapes colored with notes from outer space, or a new test of the power of music: how can a song be capable of painting the marvels of an unknown planet’s nature in your head. You don’t know where you are, but welcome.

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