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Set Feux Premieres Music Video for Dreamy, Nostalgic Single “Jumbotron”

Toronto-based Set Feux premieres the dreamy, nostalgic music video for her new single “Jumbotron”, check it out here.



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Set Feux, press photo

Set Feux (a.k.a. Toronto based musician, Diana Planche) is set to release her debut self-titled album, Set Feux, on April 19th, 2024.

Blending dreamy, sometimes bittersweet, nostalgic pop with lush vocal harmonies, ambient synths, guitars and sax, the album which took over 5 years to complete, explores love, passion, loneliness and the overwhelming desire to unravel the mystery of one’s self.

Ahead of the release of the album, the Toronto-based musician is releasing her new single “Jumbotron” which comes with a suitably nostalgic video.

Speaking about the single, Set Feux explained:

“I was exploring the tension between two ideas in this song. One idea is the desire to be seen by others, flaws and all and to unapologetically share one’s authentic self with the world. The other idea is a critique of trying to live up to the impossible conventional beauty standards and the pressure to manufacture the perfect image of yourself. I wrestle with this dichotomy myself and writing about it was an attempt to work through some of it.”

Check out the video here:

Musically, Set Feux’s songs reflect diverse influences, ranging from R‘n’B/soul to the pop/folk genres that Planche has been inspired by throughout her life. Her influences range from Debussy to Dusty Springfield, Fleetwood Mac, Pat Benatar, Kate Bush, Lauryn Hill.

Listen to her music and you can see that, while these influences are apparent on the album, she maintains her own distinct identity and voice as an artist, honouring the journey she’s taken to get here.

To order your copy of the album, visit Set Feux on Bandcamp here.

Set Feux 'Set Feux' Album Artwork

Set Feux ‘Set Feux’ Album Artwork

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