Sound it Out # 27: Laetitia Sadier - "Find Me the Pulse of the Universe"
Laetitia Sadier sings like no one else. She bravely meanders all over the vocal spectrum, frequently dipping into a bit of drone or off-key oddness only to somehow catch herself before hitting a sour note. Sadier was the signature voice of Stereolab, and her new song “Find Me the Pulse of the Universe” has all of the sultry French-ness and jangly, easy listening elements that I’ve missed since Stereolab ceased to be. She has a new record called Silencio out on July 24.
Download Laetitia Sadier’s "Find Me the Pulse of the Universe" for free below.
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