Nazca
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FR Lyon – Indie / Folk / Pop
Nazca
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Label / Release Type Year
Nasquaw-Production
Bd4ebdd5caf1422ea0cfc9dd67566c857694cf14 Loups Single 2018
B236c89426d1ba98ae25547cb465216b64d9da4a Tombé pour la France Single 2018
Dd102f3304587a3e4fe619476990af4fffd0d6e3 Covers Single 2018
8ae2ff10177882453459fd0486a918f803b06f45 Always You Single 2015
Indie
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Of Lights and Shades EP 2016
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Cowboy’s Secrets EP 2013
Hamon Editions
B36ee83b832b33bc8550fc4c5271ebb00de7ec1d For the Braves Single 2016
B36ee83b832b33bc8550fc4c5271ebb00de7ec1d Of Lights and Shades Single 2016
Chaperon Marc
A1ce359948796156642b25d5e577b3c512ad5ee8 Cowboys' Secrets Single 2013
Contact
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Metronome Management & Booking
Maxime Thevenon
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Marc Chaperon
Marc Chaperon
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CVJ Music
Jef Cahours
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Biography Nazca mixes folk and tribal songs, giving a wild, organic feel to their pop melodies.

Their music is the fruitful collision of forceful percussion with crystal-clear voices, whose ingenious harmonies blend in turn with the ukulele and the musical layers offered by the keyboard. To set out on Nazca’s path is to discover a miniature world, woven in the heart of a musical jungle, inhabited by a multifaceted imaginary tribe that celebrates nature and unity.

EP “Of Lights and Shades”
Nazca’s second EP, “Of Lights and Shades”, tells the exciting story of an audacious quartet that delights in mixing tribal sounds with powerful voices. The band revisits the pop-folk influences of its beginnings and gives a new depth and intensity to its music. The result is this splendid new journey between lights and shades.

Compilation “Covers”
Nazca mixes folk and tribal rhythms, giving a wild, organic feel to pop melodies. Their Ep of covers is a collection of the band’s very own renditions of some of their favorite songs. Here the band revisits Daho, Daft Punk, Lana del Rey, La Maison Tellier and The Destiny’s child in a variety of styles and languages, as a celebration of their different influences