Emilie Simon first made her mark in the U.S. in the fall of 2006 with her debut U.S. release, The Flower Book. Singing in both French and English, Emilie allows her music to flow naturally, rewarding her with devoted fans worldwide. A disciple of Herbert and Björk, the multi-French Award winner creates her experimental compositions by creating rhythmic patterns out of natural elements such as footsteps in the snow. However, her symphonic electro-pop, as displayed on her three albums, mixes a deep love for pop songwriting and the music of heroes David Bowie and Kate Bush. Emilie Simon now lives in New York where her most recent album, The Big Machine (2009), was planted and grown. The Big Machine is also Emilie Simon’s most accessible, personal record to date.
Emilie Simon in the Press:
URB PREMIERE: Emilie Simon Single Remix (MP3) (URB)
Free Music : Emilie Simon (Nylon Magazine)
Emilie Simon – “Rainbow” MP3 (PopMatters Premiere) (PopMatters)
Interview: Emilie Simon (The Indie Handbook)