The Other Colors impress with their extraordinary performance with the delivery of words and distinct sound.
‘Masque d’or’ is a blend of a powerful female vocal with a unique sound.
The Other Colors is a French experimental electronic band. Active since 2007, composed of vocalist and songwriter Marie Möör and music composer Laurent Chambert.
The Other Colors took their name from the first song Les autres couleurs on the album 361. Marie Möör said at the end of the lyrics: So I dug a tunnel. I found a way. Elsewhere. I have discovered another reality. Other colors. In French: Alors… J ai creusé un tunnel. (…) J ai découvert une autre réalité. D autres couleurs.
French singer and songwriter, Marie Möör collaborated with Barney Wilen Wilen on some new wave 45s during the 1980s (Pretty Day). She collaborated also with Jean-Louis Murat (1998) and Christophe (2001).
Trained in piano and with a passion for Visual Arts, Laurent Chambert studied Fine Arts (Ensba, France). Laurent Chambert produces sounds through research, often with the help of electronic machinery or computer aid.
Marie Möör and Laurent Chambert knew how to combine research on words, feelings, and on sound, the tessitura also, giving birth to a piece of electronic and literary music, proof that these two are not incompatible.
French fans know Marie Möör for her distinctive style, expressed in songs such as Pretty Day, La Man and J’aime l’ennui. Having collaborated with renowned artists like the jazz saxophonist and composer Barney Wilen, singer-songwriter Jean-Louis Murat, electro-crooner Bertrand Burgalat and pop star Christophe, she has been working with composer and musician Laurent Chambert since 2001. Experimenting with new song forms, she writes and performs his lyrics.