A throwback towards the rose power period, ’60s revivalists Brigitte certainly are a France female duo merging lounge-pop, retro-folk, and France cabaret to create a geniune hippie-chic sound. Called honoring many of the decade’s symbols (Bardot, Fontaine, Lahaie), Aurérest Maggiori, who acquired previously recorded beneath the name of Mayane Delem, and Sylvie Hoarau, previously the business lead vocalist in Parisian rock-band Vendetta, produced their duo in 2008. After documenting a cover edition of Michel Jonasz’s “Les Vacances au Bord de la Mer” for Delem’s previous bandmate Benoit Petre’s film Thelma Louise et Chantal, the set agreed upon to Wagram Information and released an EP, Battez-Vous, which highlighted a unique undertake Suprême NTM’s ’90s hip-hop anthem “Ma Benz.” Co-written with Franco-Lebanese vocalist/songwriter Camille Bazbaz and French troubadour Albin de la Simone, their debut record, Et Vous, Tu M’aimes?, premiered in 2011. It peaked in the Best 20 in France, and charted there for pretty much two years as the duo toured nationally and overseas, eventually logging a lot more than 200 concert schedules. Brigitte’s second record, À Bouche Que Veux-Tu (Mouth area of A lot), made an appearance in past due 2014, released in the duo’s very own B. Information label and offering co-production by Brigitte and Marlon B (who helped on the initial album).