I didn't care about his new album because I'm tired of Tellier's shit. Right now, I'm not in the mood for soft and inoffensive tunes that won't change anything or won't scramble my emotional state (which is kind of cranky these days). But wait. I just read that Jam City, the only and precious Jam City produced two tracks on the album. Okay, count me in! I'm swimming in an ocean of hope right now, surrounded by delicate clouds whispering directly to my brain things about love and funky situations, things that I thought would have bored me but the instrumentals are so keen, so royal that it is impossible for me to not fall in love with. I must confess that I'm stunned. All my preconceived ideas are crushed like bananas in a monkey mouth chewing as if his life was on the line. This record is as soft as a woman's neck and Tellier achieves something I think he missed at the time, with his Sexuality record: being sensual. Purely sensual, without any artifice.
I'm impressed, oh God, yeah I'm impressed.