Reactions to "Bonjour" the debut album by Francis Macdonald & Harry Pye
“Punky vignettes, fusing spoken word with classic pop, easy listening and more” - Robin Murray (CLASH magazine)
“Old fashioned, poignant, likeable and offbeat. Macdonald is a dab hand with sweet melodic easy-listening indie numbers, while Pye contributes spoken word anecdotes that are perfectly written, clumsily delivered and gripping” – Thomas H. Green (The Arts Desk)
Sympathy For Jean-Luc Godard is “shimmering and radiating feel good vibes” Mark Barton (God Is In The TV website)
“Delightful stuff.” Roland Monger (Listen with Monger website)
"Odd but good" **** (Mojo Magazine)
“I Feel Like a Record That’s Scratched is pure catchy power pop... a work of art.” Calum Craig (Is This Music? Website)
“Wonderfully quirky” – Flux magazine
“The results of their collaboration will make you want to smile” – Carlos Benito (El Correo website).
Bonjour the art pop album that everyone is talking about is available on i-tunes, Spotify, Amazon, Rough Trade in London, Monorail Music in Glasgow and all good record shops in UK/Europe. For signed copies visit: https://bonjour.tmstor.es/
The photo below of Francis and Harry at Tate Britain standing under "Forms in Space…by Light (in Time)" by Cerith Wyn Evans was taken by Gordon Beswick.