About Underwires

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Aurélien / photo by Nurida

The electro-pop band Underwires was founded by two twin brothers, Aurélien and Théophile.

The first album Under Wires (2002) was made in Paris. After two years, they released their second album, Wanton Thoughts (2004), produced by the label Nova Express.

Then, the twins moved to Berlin where they recorded their third album In your room again (2006).

They played as support act for several artists like Sébastien Tellier (Volksbühne, Berlin) or Cocorosie (Astropolis festival, France).

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Théophile / photo by Nurida

In early 2009, they gave a series of concert in France, as part of side project celebrating the representation of Philip Glass and Allen Ginsberg’s opera “Hydrogen Jukebox”.

They also play in Paris as part of a symposium celebrating the 50th anniversary of the publication of William S. Burroughs masterpiece, Naked Lunch.

They release their fourth album, Take it slow, in 2011.

see Underwires’ Electronic Press Kit (EPK)