Paris-based pop band Mondrian comprises vocalist Roman Oswald, guitarist Marc Mifune (aka Morning Crash), keyboardist Demoiselle and drummer Cyrille Fournel. Since their formation in 2007, the quartet has released a handful of catchy albums, sharing their common love for bright singalong poppy tunes.
With their latest release, Tea Boy, Dry Biscuits & Roller Disco Beat, they depart from their customary low-key 60s-70s surf rock to wander into a more electronic landscape, with hints of synth and electropop. “5250′d” is a good example of this new stylistic orientation. It’s jagged and robotic and yet addictive as hell and irresistibly poppy!