When you think of Polymorphie, the name says it all.
The unlikely rhythm section (drums, baritone guitar, keyboards) sets out to explore new musical territories through catchy rock riffs and electronic sounds.
Add 2 alto sax players and a singer-narrator, and you are in for a modern sound experience.
This time, their new album “Cellule” (prison cell) focuses on imprisonment and the stories told from within by both anonymous and famous inmates (Paul Verlaine, Oscar Wilde's The Ballad of Reading Gaol...)
An intense and at times disturbing experience that reaches for the heart, the brain and the guts.