“You don’t get relief from an essential love. If you get relief it’s that it was not worth the trouble.” La rêveuse d'Ostende, Eric–Emmanuel Schmitt
“Only the living can truly return.” Ma Public Therapy
This sixth album is the story of an attempt to mourn. Mourning a brother-in- arms and the love of the woman of all my lives. These two people, I'm sure I've known them "before", I’ve recognized them in this new today and I’ll meet them again for my greatest happiness.
Like life, which cannot be boxed in, this album is a patchwork of states of mind (desire, sex, anger, supplication, offensive, depression, forgiveness, love), composers (Zôl, OP9, Stroke, Melanoboy, Midj Deal and myself) and styles (electro tek, hip hop, trip hop, dubstep).
If man is an animal that thinks too much, then what about woman? Same thing! Straight, gay, equality, parallel lines, mirror: Love is universal even if the ass is always ahead of the wedding.
“Mercy Maybe” is my therapy in front of the world to digest and bounce because three words can change your life: "I miss you". We find unsuspected energy in our child selves magnified by experience, and this is how we stay alive.
I am not one of those who learn to do, I learn by simply doing, meaning errors and oscillations. These imperfections make us hunters of dreams, human beings finally accepting their animal side.
I'm not a god, I do not forgive anyone for any reason: MERCY MAYBE. Through music I am resilient and until the end, I will remain a warrior of love.
“After silence, that which comes closest to expressing the inexpressible is music.” Aldous Huxley
“The most merciful thing in the world, I think, is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents.” HP Lovecraft.