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Cocoon (band)

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Cocoon (band)

Cocoon is a French pop folk band from Clermont-Ferrand that sings in English. They were founded in 2006 by Mark Daumail (born 6 December 1984) and keyboardist Morgane Imbeaud (born 14 April 1987). On stage they are generally accompanied by Raphaël Séguinier (drums) and Oliver Smith (bass).

History

My Friends all Died in a Plane Crash (2007)

The band's first album, My Friends all Died in a Plane Crash, was released on October 22, 2007. It proved to be an international commercial and critical success[1] selling over 100,000 copies and certified platinum in France.[2][3]

World tour and Where the Oceans End (2009-2010)

After their first album, Cocoon released the live CD/DVD, Back to Panda Mountain, on September 7, 2009. Following the release of a live CD/DVD, they went on a world tour, dubbed the "Baby Panda Tour". In April 2010, the band started to record their second studio album, Where the Oceans End.[4]

Discography

Albums

  • My Friends all Died in a Plane Crash (2007)
  • Where the Oceans End (2010)

EP

  • I Hate Birds (2006)
  • From Panda Mountains (2007)

Singles

  • "On My Way" September 2007
  • "Chupee" November 2008
  • "Owls" (live version) October 2009
  • "Comets" September 2010

DVD

  • Back to Panda Mountains (2009)

Sources

  1. Birchmeier, Jason. [Cocoon (band) at All Music Guide Cocoon]. AllMusic. Retrieved on 2010-11-03.
  2. Ecrit jeu 22 juil 2010 8:07 CEST par Voxpop Music in VoxPop. COCOON: "Difficile de choisir son camp!" - VoxPop. New.fr.music.yahoo.com. Retrieved on 2010-11-03.
  3. My Friends All Died In A Plane Crash, Cocoon critique
  4. La folk féérique de Cocoon de retour en tournée fin 2010 - Musique - 06/09/2010. leParisien.fr. Retrieved on 2010-11-03.

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