French electro dance surrealists Turfu unveil a trippy ‘trance gathering’ video for latest single ‘Astrale Nouba’

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Futuristic French duo Turfu unveil a very colourful and surreal video to their brand new single ‘Astrale Nouba’ featuring the vocals of award-winning Scottish folk artist Kate Young.  The track is out now via Airfono- a label dedicated to original, spectacular, and virtuoso projects with the ambition to record a mix of live energy, futuristic grooves, and festive spirit.  From jazz to techno, Airfono is a home for experimentation and musical freedom. The label is driven by the producer and artistic director, Julien Princiaux and embodies a wild, gregarious and heterodox perception of music.  Turfu’s ‘Astrale Nouba’ is no exception!

The track is composed from a traditional Bulgarian song, mixing techno pop with the vocal imagery of a cocktail- sipping sorceresses and is taken from their forthcoming debut album of the same name. The track is the follow up to their debut EP in 2019.  

Always exploring new pathways towards the dancefloor, TURFU’s live show resembles a DJ set, where tracks merge from one to the next with no break between, creating a space of collective trance. Thanks to recent visuals by Kaspar Ravel, TURFU’s stage performances now have a new interactive dimension.  

In the meantime, during these tough lockdown conditions, the video to ‘Astrale Nouba’ delivers a colourful feast for all the senses and truly represents the band’s vision. It is also an invitation to a ‘trance gathering’ of ethereal beings – including the llama community! 

WATCH: https://youtu.be/5OfT4KCbzhI

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