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Artist Info

Eux Autres

Eux Autres
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Eux Autres (pronounced ooz-oh-tra) are an Omaha-born, San Francisco-based trio, channeling sixties French pop and with a unique sensibility. The brother/sister duo, Heather and Nicholas Larimer, share lead vocals with Yoshi Nakamoto (The Aislers Set, Still Flyin’) on drums.

Eux Autres write compact songs with sparse instrumentation. Their music has been unfairly described as “fun.” But while the surface of the songs might seem nonchalant, the lyrics offer skewed observations and fierce barbs. Most of their songs are about a) military history b) being “done wrong” or c) sports. The band sounds like the unrequited love song Doug Martsch would have penned for Francoise Hardy, had the time/space continuum conveniently collapsed.

Eux Autres’ debut 7″, was released in 2003, and their first full-length CD, Hell Is Eux Autres, recorded by Jeff Stuart Saltzman and Janet Weiss (Sleater-Kinney/Quasi), was self-released in 2004 and re-released in 2006 by Grenadine Records (Montreal, QC). The band’s second album, Cold City, was released in 2007 on Happy Happy Birthday To Me Records (Athens, GA). 2009 has seen the release of a single, You’re Alight, and a four-song EP, Strangled Days.

After a brief hiatus, the band resumed activity in Spring of 2010, releasing the single "World Cup Fever 2010" in June and announcing plans to release their third album sometime later in the year.
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