François & the Atlas Mountains are an indie rock-band created in Bristol, Britain by vocalist/songwriter François Marry. A indigenous of Saintes, France, in 2003 Marry relocated to Bristol, where he started performing like a single artist so that as a touring person in Scottish indie pop music group Video camera Obscura. After a 2004 single launch entitled Les Anciennes Falaises, Marry documented his second recording, The Visitors to Neglect, with several close friends who became referred to as the Atlas Mountains. The 2006 launch arrived on regional indie Stitch-Stitch Information. In 2008 he came back to France and became involved with several other tasks that affected the worldbeat-meets-dream pop strategy of his 2009 recording Plaine Inondable, released by Bristol-based label/collective Fence Information. Continuing to hire a number of different music artists and designs, François & the Atlas Mountains authorized to prominent indie Domino Information release a 2012’s E Volo Like. After splitting his time taken between the U.K. and France, Marry resolved into his indigenous nation to record the band’s 4th LP, Piano Ombre, that was released in March 2014. The wildly assorted and even more politically billed Solid Mirage adopted in 2017.