Since the release of his mesmerizing album “Le Tunnel Végétal” in 2018, Stéphane Milochevitch, also known as Thousand, has been injecting inspiration into our daily lives and dreams. His music, marked by pointed yet poetic lyrics, is delivered with a blend of raw sincerity and sharp wit. In fact, these musical pieces stand out as some of the most brilliant and captivating French pop compositions in recent memory. Shortly after, his vibrant yet misleadingly laid-back album called “Au Paradis” surfaced in the distinct landscape of 2020. Its labyrinthine tunes seemed to be caught in a state of half-sleep or semi-wakefulness. One can’t help but wonder if there was any other way for them to emerge.
The first album released under Stéphane Milochevitch’s own name, “La Bonne Aventure", maintains this distinctive trajectory. Known for his compelling wordcraft and ambition to break boundaries, Milochevitch successfully shuffles the creative deck, scrubbing away predefined categories and labels. With this release, we find ourselves fully immersed in his creative vision.