WATCH | Canadian Duo Garçons Drop Colourful Visuals Inspired By Tarantino For "Numba One"
Canadian based duo Garçons just got on our radar.
Composed of Deelo and Julian Strangelove, the duo is a force to be reckoned with. They both work great together, complimenting each other through Julian's soulful productions inspired by Reggaeton, offering the perfect vehicle for Deelo's vocals. Their forthcoming debut EP Body Language was written over the course of a month in Strangelove's Ottawa apartment.
"At the end of the day, the music is really all about embracing uniqueness and the things that make us human - love, nostalgia, euphoria, insecurities, lust, boredom, etc."
Garçons' fusion experimentalism comes through in their debut single "Numba One," which comes with a rainbow pastel music video. Directed by Strangelove, the clip was filmed in Ottawa and pays homage to Quentin Tarantino through highly stylized characters and lush visual acrobatics, with Deelo taking a page from Andre 3000's style donning bright pink mink body duster and plaid pants, toying around with a '90s boom box and bright green vintage car, as the duo visits some local haunts including an arcade and the famed ice cream (aka "creme glacée") joint Lois n' Frima's.