DTCV - “Capital Ennui” Video

Named after the Godard film Détective, globetrotting duo DTCV channel the classic sounds of 60’s yé-yé and French pop while adding their own post-punk influences to the mix. Their latest album Confusion Modern is written almost entirely in French, a change in the band’s lyrical dynamic that came about in 2015 after lead singer Lola G. listened to Clifton Chenier’s French zydeco and the Nouvelle Vague-inspired Brian Jonestown Massacre album Musique de Film Imaginé.

Labeling themselves “anarcho-symbolist rock,” the band uses their new album to address Lola G.’s “anti-capitalist, neo-anarchist, radical feminist, and pro-environmental” concerns. Director Irwin Barbé’s video for “Capital Ennui” moves through Prague’s dilapidated areas, creating a clear picture of the harsh reality that the band’s upcoming album will no doubt face unflinchingly.

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