Møme, Sail Away Review
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Møme (aka Jérémy Souillart) is all about waves, making them and riding them. Møme can be found surfing the Australian waves and the musician Møme can also be found composing them. His surfing van is also a studio-on-wheels, allowing him to go travel coast to coast, composing as he goes. The 26-year-old musician used to play the guitar in a rock band, but even though he still plays, the computer- and synthesizer-produced software is the sound that inspired the expanding Møme project. Møme’s latest EP, Aloha, owes much to artists like Flume and Chet Faker on the Australian Future Classic label. Jérémy’s musical experience ranges across jazz, to the French Touch and guitarists like John Butler. This breadth undoubtedly owes much to his love for the guitar and his formal piano training at Nice’s Academy of Music. The neat yet startling sound of the Møme Project is hardly surprising, based on his diverse background. Møme is now releasing a single titled “Sail Away” featuring Midnight to Monaco singer Ricky Ducati. “Sail Away” will be included on the up-coming EP, Møment II to be released December 14, 2018.
Sail Away (single)
Release Date: November 23, 2018
Universal Music Division Mercury Records
Møme and Ducati have a great sound together, the track flows and the energy is there. This will certainly be a good add to the daily routine playlist.