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Sébastien Tellier

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Sébastien Tellier (born on February 22, 1975) is a French singer-songwriter and actor whose kitschy brand of electro-pop gained him cult status in his home country and throughout Europe. His first album, the intimate L'Incroyable Vérité (2001), spawned the single “Fantino,” which was featured on the soundtrack for Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation. He followed the tepid success of his studio debut with Politics (2004), featuring afrobeat pioneer Tony Allen on drums on several tracks. In 2006, Tellier released a collection of acoustic versions from his first two albums under the name Sessions, which also featured a cover of Christophe’s “La Dolce Vita.” Produced by Daft Punk’s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, Sexuality (2008) explored sexual themes and found Tellier getting closer to R&B and synthpop. The album included the single “Divine,” which went on to represent France at the Eurovision Song Contest 2008. My God Is Blue (2012), a concept album about spiritual awakening, peaked at Number 17 on the French Albums chart. After releasing Confection (2013) and L’Aventura (2014), Tellier wrote and recorded the soundtrack for the movie Marie et les Naufragés (2016), and collaborated with American vedette Dita von Teese on her 2018 eponymous album. Nearly twenty years after his debut, Tellier released Domesticated (2020), a sleek 8-track reverie celebrating domestic bliss and everyday life whose glossy 80s production incorporated genres like disco and chillwave.