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The Shoes French Band
The Shoes
The Shoes logo.jpg
Logo of the band
Background information
OriginReims, France
GenresElectro-rock, Electropop
2011-present
LabelsGreen United Music Polydor Records
MembersGuillaume Brière and Benjamin Lebeau

The Shoes are a French electro-rock duo originally from Reims created in 2007. It consists of Guillaume Brière and Benjamin Lebeau, who are both songwriters and producers. Before creating the concurrent group in 2007, Benjamin and Guillaume were the two members of The Film, a rock band that formed in Bordeaux in 2005. Guillaume Brière also formed the duo G. Vump along with Brodinski from Reims.[1][2]

History

On March 7, 2011, the band released their first album Crack My Bones, on the independent French label Green United Music. The album includes ten original tracks, including nine in collaboration with French and international artists such as Esser, Wave Machines, Primary 1, Anthonin Ternant (from The Bewitched Hands) and Cock'n'Bullkid.

At the same year, several of the songs on the album also resulted in the making of video clips: Cover Your Eyes' '(directed by We are from LA),' 'Wastin' Time (directed by Yoann Lemoine) and Stay the Same (directed by Daniel Wolfe). The Shoes performed at La Cigale during a sold-out concert on 9. They were then among the ten finalists of the Constantin Prize in 2011 and won the 'Innovation Award' at the UK Music Video Awards 2011 with the clip of Cover Your Eyes . The album Crack My Bones was placed in ninth place of the ranking of the "100 best albums of the year 2011" by the magazine Les Inrockuptibles .[3]

Discography

Albums

Scandal (2009, Green United Music)

  1. New York (feat. Boy Crisis)
  2. Baby Baby
  3. Crack My Bones
  4. Let's Go
  5. '7 AM
  6. Bored
  7. Whips Like a Clap
  8. Investigator
  9. What Kind of Girl ?
  10. America
  11. Knock Out
  12. America (Brodinski Remix)
  13. Amknock Out (80Kidz Remix)
  14. America (Yes Giantess' Mac Doe Remix)

Crack My Bones (2011, Green United Music)[4]

  1. Stay the Same (featuring Esser)
  2. Cover Your Eyes (featuring Wave Machines)
  3. People Movin' (featuring Primary 1)
  4. Wastin' Time (featuring Esser)
  5. Time to Dance (featuring Anthonin Ternant)
  6. Cliché (featuring Cock'n'Bullkid)
  7. Crack My Bones (featuring Anthonin Ternant)
  8. Bored (featuring Anthonin Ternant)
  9. The Wolf Under the Moon (featuring Anthonin Ternant)
  10. Investigator

Chemicals (2015, Green United Music)

  1. Submarine (featuring Blaine Harrison)
  2. Made For You (featuring Esser)
  3. Drifted (featuring SAGE)
  4. Lost In London (featuring Petite Noir)
  5. Vortex Of Love (featuring Blaine Harrison)
  6. Us & I (featuring Esser)
  7. Give It Away (featuring Postaal)
  8. 15 Instead & Brown (featuring Mikill Pane)
  9. Feed The Ghost (featuring Blue Daisy, Amateur Best & Black Atlass)
  10. Whistle

EP & singles

Knock Out (2008, 50 Bones)

  1. Knock Out
  2. Red Light

Stade de Reims (2008, Green United Music)

  1. America
  2. America (Brodinski Remix)
  3. Keep That Control (Rockin'Shoes Mix)
  4. Keep That Control (Yuksek Lost Control Remix)

Oh Lord (2009, 50 Bones)

  1. Oh Lord
  2. People Movin'

People Movin' (2009, Green United Music)

  1. People Movin' (featuring Primary 1)
  2. Bored (featuring Anthonin Ternant)
  3. People Movin' (Siriusmo Remix)

Stay the Same (2010, Green United Music)

  1. Stay the Same (Original Version)
  2. Stay the Same (featuring Der Kreisel)
  3. Stay the Same (Isolee Remix)
  4. Stay the Same (Adam Kesher Remix)
  5. Stay the Same (Siriusmo & Jan Driver Remix)
  6. Stay the Same (Harvard Bass Remix)
  7. Stay the Same (Étienne de Crécy Remix)
  8. Stay the Same (Donovans Remix)

Time to Dance (2012, Green United Music)

  1. Time to Dance (Extended Version)
  2. Time to Dance (Original Version)
  3. Time to Dance (SebastiAn Remix)
  4. Time to Dance (DDDXIE Remix)
  5. Time to Tanz (Esser Remix)
  6. Time to Dance (Rocky Piano Mix)

Give It Away (2015)

1960's Horror ft. Dominic Lord (2016)

Productions and Synchros

Synchros

Awards and Nominaions

Antville Music Video Awards

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2011 "Stay the Same" Best Cinematography Nominated
Best Narrative Nominated
2012 "Time to Dance" Won
Best Editing Won
Video of the Year Nominated

UK Music Video Awards

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2011 "Cover Your Eyes" The Innovation Award Won
"Stay the Same" Best Rock/Indie Video Nominated
2012 "Time to Dance" Best Editing Nominated
Best Art Direction Nominated
Best Telecine Nominated
Best Editing Won
Best Dance Video Won
2015 "Feed the Ghost" Best Lyric Video Won
2016 "Submarine" (feat. Blaine Harrison) Best Alternative Video Nominated
"Drifted" Nominated
"1960's Horror" (feat. Dominic Lord) Nominated
Best Editing Nominated

References

  1. ^ THE SHOES, The Shoes 'Time To Dance' Live @ Prix Constantin 2011, retrieved
  2. ^ "Guillaume Brière". Discogs (in Spanish). Retrieved .
  3. ^ Classement Inrocks 2011
  4. ^ "Nos 100 meilleurs albums de l'année". Les Inrocks (in French). Retrieved .

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