Doba is Doriane Fabreg, together with Carole Facal she formed the eclectic duo DobaCaracol. Best known for this song, they made sunny, folksy songs with sunny, folksy influences. But they broke up, Carole released a soloalbum in 2008, musically she fished in the same pond as DobaCaracol. Doba, who’s releasing her first solo album now, has a different approach. Almost all songs on her self-titled album are in English, bar one. Her songs are more orchestral, listen for instance to her ode to Lhasa. Her heavy accent is maybe a turn-off,  the lyrics don’t show a big vocabulary (ok, well, I’m maybe not the right person to critize that, but come on, read this). Le pont, the only French track on the album, isn’t exactly a highpoint in wordplay either, but it does stand out on the album. Like the Miles Davis-y trumpet in that one. All’n all, I’d say that Carole got the upper hand after the split.

Doba – Le pont

Written by guuzbourg

French girls, singing. No, sighing. Making me sigh. Ah.