With "Héroïne" Mélinée releases her second, more intimate album: influenced by rock and pop and colored by African music. You immerse yourself in an acoustic universe, in sophisticated arrangements with guitar, double bass, cello, piano and of course her very own accordion accompaniment. The balafon, played with virtuosity by Aly Keita, is something special. Mélinée talks about love again, always with Berlin as a background, but also about universal themes such as absence, waiting and alcohol, a brief digression on politics... or then a humorous portrait of her uncle. Mélinée's writing is distinctive, poetic, lyrical - a melancholic atmosphere carried by the singer's warm voice.
01 Quand je te vois 02 Dis-moi 03 Monopoly 04 heroines 05 Laisse Moi 06 L'attente 07 Par delà L'amer 08 love technician 09 Quand tu bois 10 Mon uncle 11 Rouge et noir 12 L'absence 13 D'amour et d'eau salee