Radiate, a luminous album, progresses from its first words: "Let it go, let it hope... We will be somebody new," to the last: "loneliness overcome," toward the revelation of oneself through one’s interactions with others.
Between two beats, life is vibration, just like singing. Indeed, for her second opus, Jeanne Added explains: "I wanted more singing, I wanted to hear my voice as I know it, to let it be heard in a wider spectrum." Naturally, she had friends listen to her masters. Frédéric Soulard, whom she knows from the National Conservatory of Paris, and Mark Kerr, who together form Maestro, produced the album. "Two tremendous musicians," she says, "Fred is at home with any machine, any synthesizer (he is also part of the band Limousine) and Mark (former drummer of Les Rita Mitsouko) is a great drum-machine programmer and an unstoppable drummer. Moreover, they are absolutely irresistible live. Maestro is tense, exciting, physical."