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Fakear Delivers undulating dreamy house gem ‘About You’


Acclaimed French DJ / producer Fakear returns with a brand new track ‘About You’ out this September through Nowadays Records, lifted from the upcoming album ‘Hypertalisman’ due in 2024. Fakear continues his series of European tour dates throughout the autumn and beyond. 

Following on from his recent single ‘Healing’, ‘About You’ continues Fakear’s musical evolution with a fine concoction of emotive, quirky, globally tuned electronic music designed for massive crossover appeal.

He says “’About You’ is a track about love. It had been a while, I rarely talk about humans, but there are too many great ones in my life to stay quiet”.

A good craftsman spends his time honing his craft. He refines his technique, year after year. An artist, on the other hand, has to get emotionally involved – and that can sometimes get dizzying. It takes a lot of courage to show your inner thoughts and your flaws. Especially with the previous feeling of exhilaration of a fast rise to musical fame with a sold-out concert at the Olympia in Paris even before having released his first album (later becoming a gold record) and tours all over the world in front of thousands of people, like the Red Rocks festival in the USA.

Fakear needed to reinvent himself. To return to the essence of his project, with spontaneity and above all, honesty. Ten years after his first steps in the industry, Fakear now returns to his roots, without looking to the past with nostalgia or contempt; but rather by contemplating his past self with kindness.

And this new wave was expressed in one word: Talisman, his last album that came out in February 2023. With the tracks Moonlight Moves, Altar, Voyager and Odyssea (featuring the environmental activist Camille Etienne). Alongside a sold-out French and European tour, a show at Le Trianon in Paris also sold out, and soon one in salle Pleyel (in February 2024).

“It was a complete rebirth. I had lost this crazy energy I once had doing all this.”

But such a comeback doesn’t just completely stop after only one album – even though it was particularly noteworthy to the media and the audience. And neither does the inspiration for Fakear.

“There is something magical happening when we get so confident. We allow ourselves to have fun, we think less, we feel the love from the audience. And the most beautiful thing is I believe this totally impacts the creation process.”

This is how the new songs were born. Like the following of this rebirth and this new inspiration for Théo. Like an extension of Talisman: a new dimension, a parallel universe.

“As I was gradually reconnecting with the outside world, I was realising how essential to me it was, and how much I had missed it. My new songs are full of this feeling. I love making music so that it can be shared, lived, vibed and danced to. Talisman was me returning to my roots. The new songs are a window to the future.”

About You / 20 September


02/09/2023 – Rêves à Son – La Pommeaye
08/09/2023 – Palm Fest – La Palmyre
16/09/2023 – Big Mama Fest, La Felicita – Paris
28/09/2023 – L’autre Canal – Nancy
29/09/2023 – Noumatrouff – Mulhouse
30/09/2023 – La Belle Electrique – Grenoble
06/10/2023 – L’Oasis – Le Mans
07/10/2023 – Le Fil – Saint Etienne
12/10/2023 – Omega – Toulon
13/10/2023 – 6Mic – Aix En Provence
14/10/2023 – Emb – Sannois
15/10/2023 – File 7 – Magny Le Hongre
20/10/2023 – West Rock – Cognac
21/10/2023 – Quai M – Roche Sur Yon
27/10/2023 – La Carène – Brest
02/02/2024 – Salle Pleyel – Paris

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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