Following the release of his last album “A Deep Sense Of Happiness” and in collaboration with Susanne Shields and Olivier Bostvironnois, Popincourt offers a revisited version of Shipbuilding, a standard that was notably recorded by Robert Wyatt and Elvis Costello. This song is part of an English compilation put together by The Specialized Project in support of charitable organizations like The Teenage Cancer Trust.
Back to 2005 with “Les Hommes Responsables”
Ronnie Bird cover recorded @ Metropolis Studios in London with Les Hommes Responsables (2005) :
Olivier Popincourt: Guitars & Vocals
Phil King (JAMC, Felt, Lush, Servants,…): Bass
Andrew Nix (Semion,…): Keys
Huw Jennings (Twister, The Legendary Too Drunk,…): Drums
New Video : Never Give All The Heart !
Video by Daniel Carlson (Video Director for Elvis Costello and Meshell Ndegeocello)
New Video : A Deep Sense Of Happiness !
Popincourt – Live @ Studio Cargo
Popincourt – Introducing “a deep sense of happiness” – Live @ Studio Cargo
4 songs from the new album “a deep sense of happiness” featuring Gabriela Giacoman & Susanne Shields
Album Teaser #2
Delighted to unveil a new preview with extracts of all 12 songs from the new album “A deep sense of happiness”. 4 years of work and 16 months since the first recording session, with superb musicians as you will see in the video.
New Video : The Grass Of Winter Morning
The new single from latest album “A Deep Sens Of Happiness” out September 11th
Featuring Patrick James
If you want to pre-order / support the forthcoming album, that’s here ! Thanks a lot !
Popincourt – String Quartet !
Sébastien Souchois has written superb string arrangements for 3 songs of the forthcoming album. One of them is called “The Last Beams Of A Setting Sun”. Here is a video of the recording session, April 2019, @ studio Entresol:
Florence Hennequin: Cello
Claudine Christophe: Viola
Angélique Cacciaguerra & Boris Cacciaguerra: Violins
Recorded by Olivier Bostvironnois.
Coronavirus Lockdown: Beach Boys cover !
“Be With Me” – a song written by Dennis Wilson and covered remotely by Daniel Carlson & Jérôme Didelot (Orwell) with a little help from Popincourt