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Aleef Sheen: ‘Les Filles de l’air’

Les Filles de l'air

the song

The first single from a long and secret collaboration with sound engineer and producer Nathan Luyé (Fleur et Bleue), assisted by Lucas Legendre (Lubie) for the arrangements, “Les filles de l’air” is simultaneously a song of departure, a musical dispute between Alain Bashung and Nick Drake in an elevator, and a subtle homage to the homeland.

Biography

Born in 1992 in Morocco, Aleef Sheen is a singer-songwriter and poet. His musical influences encompass classic French songs, English rock, North American folk, and various musical styles from the southern Mediterranean. “Les filles de l’air” is his debut single.

Written and composed on the road, throughout years where he alternately settled in Rabat, Paris, Cairo, and Marseille, exploring different bands and atmospheres, Aleef Sheen’s songs offer minimal and restrained poetry, where every word and note are carefully considered to avoid being burdensome.

Follow Aleef on his social media handles for more of such good songs in his coming projects

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