La Femme | Où va le monde
‘Où va le monde’ is a 60’s, surf-influenced track mixed with yéyé vocals and operatic backing vocals that recalls Ennio Morricone. It is La Femme‘s most streamed song, and the lyrics depict a tragic reality, but it is still filled with love and hope for humankind.
The founders met in high school in Biarritz, then expanded the group which took the name of La Femme in 2010. Success came quickly. In February 2014, La Femme won the Victoires de la Musique in the Newcomer of the Year category. 'Oú va le monde?' is taken from their second album “Mystery”, which came second in the 'Rock Album of the Year' category at the Victoires de la Musique 2017.
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