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The masters of melancholy French electro-pop headline Vivid with a 20-year retrospective.

It's been about 20 years since the French electronic duo's 1998 release, Moon Safari, and Air have continued to grow, change and experiment with their craft over the intervening decades. For most of us, strong memories of the avant-garde French pop leaders stem from sensual classic 'Sexy Boy', but their back catalogue spirals much deeper than the stairwell of Ten Things I Hate About You.

Air have been busy, with an impressive collection of work, as well as collaborations in film (they notably scored Sophia Coppola's breakout film, The Virgin Suicides). Their most recent album, Twentyears, explores their old and new content, and they'll be treating captivated Vivid audiences to a retrospective, of sorts, of their revered electronica.

Published on March 20, 2017 by James Whitton

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