Three years after his eponymous album, Thousand (aka Stéphane Milochevitch) come back with a music closest to the soul and distinctive French lyrics. "Le Tunnel Végétal", source of his inspiration, is a corridor of time, a place of materialization of the fantasy, treasured by Tarkovsky or Bioy Casares. An opus where crude images meet disarming frankness and caustic humor.

"Le Tunnel Végétal" contains meanders and loops from "whole-world songs" that lead the listener under different lights, at the moving border between dream and reality. Thousand revisits and deconstructs pop formats, offering addictive and mischievous compositions with structures sometimes extravagant. An album whose meaning is revealed over kaleidoscopic texts
and improvisational phase.

Thousand is Stéphane Milochevitch’s project. He has forged his musical, cultural and linguistic identity during his early teens in Texas. Drummer at the age of seven, he then dedicates himself to various instruments that he appropriates, teaching himself. A first album of raw folk in 2008 unveils an artist whose sincerity and authenticity seduce the critics and his peers. If his work expands to many plastic arts (drawings, designing record cover, posters, T-Shirts, ...), music remains Stéphane’s privileged way of expression. After an eponymous opus published in 2015, "Le Tunnel Végétal" is Thousand’s second album to be released by Talitres.