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One Question Interviews: Sophie Lillienne

Vezzo (Sophie Lillienne)

SPB: Maybe it says something about my musical preconceptions, but I expected something entirely different when I first listened to Sophie Lillienne.  Where did the band name come from - is it just me who was entirely confused by it at first?

Vezzo: Well… a lot of people is confused at first by the name of the project: Sophie Lillienne.

A lot of times people think about a solo singer and in some ways I like it because, when I began with this project, I was looking for a name that sounded in some way sensual—suggesting the main features involved in this kind of music (trip-hop is like a woman). So I decided to join two typically French names: Sophie and Lillienne. Frenche language is always sensual!

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Words by Andy on Sept. 29, 2015, 11:46 p.m.

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