The French trio L.E.J. are on tour: find out more about their inspirations

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The French trio L.E.J. are on tour: find out more about their inspirations

The French trio L.E.J. recently gained recognition by covering the hits of the summer of 2015 in a mash-up video titled “Summer 2015.” The video, featuring 11 pieces – including songs by Rihanna, Stromae and Pharrell Williams scored for three voices, cello and percussion – immediately boosted their recognition as the Web went wild.

The three classically trained singers have solid vocal technique and highly musical senses. At only 23 years old, they are already adept at exploring a wide range of styles – from pop to blues – with obvious talent.

Their first album, En attendant l’album (Mercury – Universal Music France), released in December 2015, is a compilation of the medleys that first revealed them to the public, while the latter was “waiting for the album” of original compositions slated for the spring of 2016

>> The L.E.J. are on tour. Let’s take a closer look at their various influences through a brand new artist’s profile now available on Culture(s) with Vivendi