• France
  • Pastel camouflaged chanson

His songs bear the colour and the heat of bonfires, of lovers’ lanes at the end of the summer. Vianney, a young French singer-songwriter, made his mark thanks to the hit Pas là. And hits seem to be his thing: Je m’en vais won the prize for "Most original song of the year" at the 2017 Victoires de la Musique. This very personal song is taken from his second and soberly titled album, Vianney, in which the artist with the crisply ironed shirts gives an uncompromising account of himself. Don’t be fooled by his clean-cut appearance, for the singer inspired by Delpech, Barbara and Le Forestier has gained in experience and has no trouble kindling the hearts of his audience.