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Feb 01, 2024

Stuck in the Sound | A new album and international dates!

With a unique sound and distinctive compositions, French indie rock band Stuck in the Sound continue to captivate listeners to this day. Ever since their beginnings – which date back to shortly after the turn of the millennium – the four-piece have managed to stay relevant within the musical landscape by constantly evolving whilst still retaining their artistic identity.

Having formed in Paris in 2002, Stuck in the Sound is currently comprised of José Reis Fontao, Emmanuel Barichasse, Romain Della Valle and François Ernie. After their 2006 debut album, Nevermind the Living Dead, drew attention with energetic tracks such as ‘Toy Boy’ and ‘Don’t Break the Bar Please Dumbo’, the quartet built up their repertoire further with four subsequent LPs: Shoegazing Kids (2009), Pursuit (2012), Survivor (2016) and Billy Believe (2019).

2024, meanwhile, is set to mark Stuck in the Sound’s long-awaited return as they prepare to release their sixth studio album, entitled 16 Dreams a Minute, this Friday (2nd February), in an event that promises to reveal yet another fascinating side to the group. This new record from the French outfit, which has already stirred up palpable fan anticipation, appears to come as the result of what has been a continuous artistic evolution.

You’ll be able to listen to Stuck in the Sound’s latest record in the flesh when they embark on their upcoming tour, which gets underway on 6th March 2024 and will take the band to the United States, Mexico and, of course, France.

In the meantime, check them out now on the cover of our Rock Around The Eiffel playlist!

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Stuck in the Sound - Rock Mar 06, 2024
New Colossus Festival New York City, NY, USA
Stuck in the Sound - Rock Mar 12, 2024
Festival SXSW Austin, TX, USA
Stuck in the Sound - Rock Mar 14, 2024
Bajo Circuito Mexico, Mexico