• France
  • Chanson unlike any other

Camille always does things differently. In order to obtain her degree in Political Science, she produced her first album. With her voice, she takes delight in producing all sorts of noises. Her body? A percussion instrument. Some people compare her to Björk, but Camille doesn’t have a role model. This singer-songwriter charts her course through her musical explorations. A sort of musical Georges Perec, she wrote an album whose central theme is the note "B" - Le Fil -, passes from English to French and from romance to comedy. Navigating between chanson, pop and folk, she is powerful, instinctive, at times ferocious, just like her live performances, veritable incantatory ceremonies.