Savoir Adore - Savoir Adore

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This week, the Brooklyn band release their first LP in 5 years, the self-titled, “Savoir Adore”.

Echoing the dream pop magic of earlier releases like “Dreamers”, “Savoir Adore” is a celebration of life and love, from its highest highs to its lowest lows, from euphoria to heartbreak and everything in between. Written and recorded over 3 years in New York and Montreal, co-produced with Chris Cubeta at Studio G, and with special guests such as Rob Moose and Kristine Kruta, one could describe the release as their most sonically ambitious record to date. From the opening chords of “In Love It’s Slow”, to the 90s hue of “When It Rains”, and the cathartic release of “A Mess / A Masterpiece”, the album is unmistakably Savoir Adore.

The band started the year with the release of “Killer”, a collaboration with pioneering indie dance producer RAC, along with two new anthemic singles, “Holding On, Together” and “Euphoria”, and the understated synth ballad “Better For You”.

The tracks have gained multiple playlist adds across Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon, and early radio plays on KCRW and WFUV.

Savoir Adore” is French for “to know love” – a lofty moniker, but an idea that’s always been at the heart of the band’s romantic, imaginative music.

For over 10 years, the band, led by Paul Hammer and Lauren Zettler, have been a driving force in the indie music underground, blending elements of lo-fi bedroom pop, indie rock, and new wave disco.

Their cult classic, “Dreamers”, first released as a 7” by tastemakers Neon Gold, now has over 40M streams across all platforms, and is streaming more than ever across Spotify, Youtube and Apple Music.

Their last album’s single “Bloom” was tapped as the anthem for Google’s Pride Campaign in 2022.

Overall, the band has garnered over 100M streams across their 4 LPS.

30k Youtube subscribers, 40k spotify followers, and 8k instagram followers.

Savoir Adore has toured extensively across North America, Latin America and Europe, as well as supporting bands like The Midnight, X Ambassadors, and MGMT.


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