Four years after the unstoppable “Cerf Biche et Faon” , “Kiss me you fool! ” Takes us far away in clouds of sounds sentimental and quirky tales, to an illumination quest that runs through the rich variety of human passions.
The title is borrowed from a graffiti found in the ladies toilets of a London pub. It is through this peephole that we consider, as a voyeur, the paradoxical complexity of this disc:
At once spiritual, noble and degenerate, Julian pauses there with the nonchalance of a dandy noctambule. Troubadour of modern times, he sings there the irresolute love, the trivialities of everyday life, the quest for the absolute and self-derision.