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Jean-Louis Aubert was the vocalist and guitarist for the new wave-influenced French group Telephone, which he founded with drummer Richard Kolinika in 1976. The band wrote anthemic songs such as 'La Bombe Humaine', taken from the album 'Crache Ton Venin' in 1979.

In 1989 Aubert launched his solo career with the album 'Bleu Blanc Vert', an intimate, more personal work compared to the rockier Telephone. As a solo artist he often changed styles and his albums became increasingly experimental. He confounded his fan base with 'H' in 1992, while 1997's 'Stockholm' featured Swedish producer Gordon Cyrus and Nigerian percussionist Tony Allen.

'Comme un Accord' in 2001 was the first album he released without a contribution from Richard Kolinika. In 2003 he hit the top of the French charts with 'Sur La Route' - a duet with Raphael. Later albums were 2005's 'Ideal Standard', 'Premieres Prises' (2009) and in 2012 'Roc-éclair' and the live album 'Live Vivant'. In 2014 he released 'Aubert Chante Houellebecq: Les Parages du Vide', an adaptation of a selection of poems by Michel Houellebecq.

In November 2019 Aubert released the album 'Refuge'.