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Véronique Joly aka Orange: voice

Daniel Biro: all instruments

Adrian Potts: guest voice

Howie Bevan: cello

Songs love and experienced electronica.

French singer/songwriter Véronique ‘Orange’ Joly and sound-kneader The Judge (Daniel Biro) create a personal universe of languorous, watery moods and cinematic ambiences where each song is an intimate investigation of the multi-faceted emotional/sensual ties between two people. European-flavoured love songs, but with darker ambiguities that make up the complexities of real relationships. Orange’s soaring lyricism is complemented by the music’s twilight sonic scenery.

L'Orange '2 People in a Room' (download)

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Ripples 1:27

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The Hour Before We Knew Each Other 5:12

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Gold Thread 5:02

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Eyes Wide Open 5:19

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The Taste Was 1:28

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The Garden 5:59

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Something Without a Name 4:47

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Facets 5:01

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Rhythms Of Interference 5:03

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Nue (Naked) 3:08

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Where Then Wild Things Are 7:10

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Véronique Joly aka Orange: voice

Daniel Biro: all instruments

Adrian Potts: guest voice

Howie Bevan: cello

Songs love and experienced electronica.

French singer/songwriter Véronique ‘Orange’ Joly and sound-kneader The Judge (Daniel Biro) create a personal universe of languorous, watery moods and cinematic ambiences where each song is an intimate investigation of the multi-faceted emotional/sensual ties between two people. European-flavoured love songs, but with darker ambiguities that make up the complexities of real relationships. Orange’s soaring lyricism is complemented by the music’s twilight sonic scenery.