Surprising new album bursting with angular funk and bouncing disco pop
Over the past two decades, Dez Mona has never ceased to surprise audiences. Less than a year after 'Lucy', a 'worldly oratorio' in collaboration with Antwerp's Baroque Orchestration X, singer Gregory Frateur and his companions are now knocking on the door with the cosmopolitan 'Loose Ends'. The group's ninth full-length album often alternates angular funk with bouncing disco pop. After the dark ballads from our previous project, we consciously chose to make an upbeat, straightforward record', says Frateur. This time I didn't want to exhaust myself with metaphors: the lyrics should be simple and 'in your face'.