They released their first piece under the name The dø a few months later: a three-track EP including "The Bridge Is Broken" for a contemporary dance ballet titled Scène d'amour by Finnish choreographer Juha-Pekka Marsalo.
They kept on working for cinema (The Passenger, awarded at the Festival d'Angers and the Festival d'Aubagne; Wild Camp; and Darling), dance (Prologue, Perle and Cinderella by Juha-Pekka Marsalo, as well as poetry lectures by Carolyn Carlson) and theatre (Laure by Colette Peignot).
On 14 May the band shared the track "Keep Your Lips Sealed".
This was followed up in July with the announcement of the band's third album Shake Shook Shaken, released on 29 September in France, Benelux, Switzerland and Andorra.
Sparring est le premier long métrage réalisé par Samuel Jouy.
Le cinéaste précise qu'il ne s'agit pas d'un film de boxe mais d'un film sur un boxeur : "Ce n’est pas le ring qui m’intéressait le plus, mais ses à-côtés. La solitude du boxeur, son inconscient, ses états d’âme, sa vie de famille, comment il se lève chaque matin et surtout, pourquoi ?
A Mouthful was officially released in the US in April 2010 on Six Degrees Records, including three bonus tracks.
Avant de raccrocher les gants, il accepte une offre que beaucoup de boxeurs préfèrent refuser : devenir sparring partner d’un grand champion.
Their first studio album A Mouthful topped the French charts in 2008, making them the first French act singing in English to reach that position.
Olivia Merilahti and Dan Levy met in 2005 while recording the music for the French film Empire of the Wolves directed by Chris Nahon and produced by Gaumont.
The album was then made available in rest of the world in late 2014/early 2015. 7 on the overall French chart in its week of release, charting at No. It also received a nomination for IMPALA's European Independent Album of the Year Award.
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