vCXsRoyFRQE

Parisian seven-piece electronic big band Caravan Palace is premiering the video for the track “Wonderland” off their critically acclaimed third full-length album, <|°_°|>, out now on Le Plan Recordings. The track is also available as a single, featuring the extended mix of the album track “Mighty (feat. JTFH)” on the b-side.

The band is currently on tour in North America with remaining shows in Salt Lake City, Denver, Minneapolis, Chicago and Detroit. Their live show has elicited critical praise, with the Los Angeles Weekly raving that frontwoman “Zoé Colotis is a sassy chanteuse who oozes oodles of charisma as she kicks up her heels merrily and scats-sings with rapid-fire intricacy over her band Caravan Palace’s joyfully jazzy arrangements, ” while the Austin American-Statesman says the band “filters the spirit of Django Reinhardt through an electrocool super collider to produce next-generation gypsy jazz with a European club vibe.” The Boston Globe hails the band as “jaunty, quirky, and frenetically danceable, ” and the San Francisco Weekly notes that “if Daft Punk and Django Reinhardt had a baby, it would sound like Caravan Palace.”

Since its release, <|°_°|> has received extensive critical praise. In premiering the record, KCRW noted that “this new album keeps the good times coming, with a potent mix of fun-loving genre mashups.” Host Marco Werman of PRI’s “The World” commented on air, “you can see my body moving, because…it is!” and PopMatters named the album the “#2 Pop Record of 2015.” The record also saw chart success, reaching #3 on Billboard’s Electronic/Dance Album chart and #5 on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart; it has remained on the Billboard Electronic/Dance chart for over 35 weeks.

<|°_°|> TRACK LIST

  1. Lone Digger
  2. Comics
  3. Mighty
  4. Aftermath
  5. Wonderland
  6. Tattoos
  7. Midnight
  8. Russian
  9. Wonda
  10. Human Leather Shoes for Crocodile Dandies
  11. Lay Down

    CARAVAN PALACE TOUR DATES

June 14 Salt Lake City, UT The Depot
June 15 Denver, CO Ogden Theatre
June 17 Minneapolis, MN Skyway Theatre
June 18 Chicago, IL House of Blues
June 20 Detroit, MI Crofoot Ballroom

Comments

comments