Having a name designed to “reveal the transition from childhood to adulthood,” Lilly Wood & the Prick certainly are a French duo whose fusion of electro, folk, new wave, and funk with simplistic poetic lyrics has earmarked them among the country’s most enchanting pop acts. Shaped in 2006, French-Israeli vocalist Nili Hadida and Parisian guitarist Benjamin Cotto fulfilled through a shared friend outdoors a cafe, and sparked such an innovative relationship that they started writing songs collectively almost instantly. In 2008, their MySpace-uploaded cover edition of Santigold’s “L.E.S. Artistes” fascinated the interest of vocalist/songwriter Pierre Guimard, who released their debut EP, Lilly Who as well as the What?, through his Choke Market label a yr later. Inspired from the ’80s Gallic pop of Etienne Daho and Michel Delpech, guitarists J.J. Cale and Eric Clapton, as well as the ’60s spirit of Aretha Franklin and Etta Wayne, their 1st full-length recording, Invincible Friends, premiered this year 2010 and spawned three strike singles (“Down the Drain,” “THAT IS a Love Music,” “My Greatest”) and soundtracks to advertisement promotions for Virgin Radio and Guerlain, and continued to earn the Revelation of the general public award in the 2011 Les Victoires de la Musique. 2 yrs later on, the duo followed-up using the Battle. In 2014, Lilly Real wood & the Prick came back using the solitary “Prayer in C.” Originally included on Invincible Close friends, this edition of “Prayer C” presented remixing from German home music maker Robin Schulz.