“L’Impératrice on overcoming the patriarchy with funk, fun – and a nod to Billie Eilish”
Elegant and majestic, L’Impératrice (The Empress) has six crowns.
Since the release of the album “Tako Tsubo“, things are moving fast for the Parisian group. L’Impératrice has certainly kept its taste for dance, a groove laid on a virtuoso bass, vintage synths and glimmering melodies. But has offered itself the freedom to explore other territories, to take a new direction with its second album Tako Tsubo.
An album that will lead the band to a World Tour of more than 60 dates, completely sold out from Philadelphia to Oslo. Let’s remember their very remarkable appearances on the stage of the prestigious Coachella festival or the Pepsi Center in Mexico City in front of 6,000 fans and also the famous Zenith de Paris. The group also won the Grand Prix Sacem in France for export and was nominated for the Victoires de la Musique (French Award Ceremony). L’Impératrice has definitely asserted itself as the vanguard of a new French touch.