Sébastien Tellier Returns With New Album 'Domesticated'

The Parisian pop maestro’s first album in six years.

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Parisian pop maestro Sébastien Tellier has released his sixth studio album, Domesticated. Featuring previously released singles “A Ballet,” “Domestic Tasks,” and “Stuck In A Summer Love,” the new full-length from the French musician follows 2014’s L’Aventura.

Taking inspiration from the often mundane task of domestic chores, the eight-track offering displays a tight-knit collection of sun-drenched melodies, funky disco grooves, and musing lyrics. “Domestication is a universal subject, an experience we all go through,” he notes about the project. “It’s about transforming the everyday into something extraordinary. I wanted to talk about how we are prisoners to domestic chores because, for humans, life doesn’t exist if we don’t endeavour. Life is a permanent struggle, and domestic chores are at the centre of that battle.”

Stream Domesticated below.

For more music releases, stream Juls and Sango’s Fufu & Grits EP.

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