Photographer Tim Underwood has constructed a great interview with Sébastien Tellier and the main topics of conversation are the constraints of architecture, his Eurovision controversy and, of course, sex, gripping.
“With his scruffy beard, ever-present wayfarers and the ability to smoke through his nose, Sébastien Tellier is a kind of wisecracking Jesus. Since 2001, when he dropped his first album and toured with Air, the electronic musician has been delivering religious experiences to fans the world over—disciples including Karl Lagerfeld, Marc Jacobs and Sofia Coppola, who asked him to contribute to her Lost in Translation soundtrack. This year, Tellier has been obsessed by a more immediate and human concern. Sexuality, his latest album, brings together lush synth leads—thanks to Daft Punk’s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo—and dreamy lyrics seemingly from the ghost of French poet Guillaume Apollinaire.”
Check out the interview here.