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Priorité à Gauche are Jean-François and Didier - two French rock, rap, pop and roll stars who have wowed British audiences with their unique sound. This is a French exchange like you have never seen before. Plugged and unplugged, they ponder the merits of British culture and their new-found celebrity while educating us about the French way of doing things. Priorité à Gauche are hyper-maxi cool and definitely 'dans la maison' - in the home. The hippest music act to emerge from France in recent years, Priorité à Gauche have entertained audiences all around the globe, whilst promoting their album and reflecting on the world in their own unique and very Gallic way.
à Gauche have appeared on a variety of television and radio shows
including The Now Show, Loose Ends, Parsons and Naylor Pull Out Sections,
Front Row, Lenny Beige's Variety Pack, The 11 O'clock Show and Edinburgh
Nights. They have performed at the NME Brat Awards and Shepherd's Bush
Empire for Children in Need, as well as extensive touring around the
UK, France and Australia. And of course Priorité à Gauche
have had their very own BBC Television series - 'Le Hip Parade', a weekly
look at the top ten pop songs from around Europe where the number one
song is always suspiciously by the same familiar French pop duo
Priorité à Gauche have enjoyed four consecutive sell-out runs at the Edinburgh Festival and are currently working on their fortnightly 'Unplugged' shows, due to restart in February at the Albany.
"Without a doubt the find of the Fringe so far, a glorious hour of cod Europop and cross-Channel misunderstandings" - The Telegraph
"This is comic character acting at it's finest" - Metro
"Superbe amusant et original" - Le Monde
"By the end of the show everyone is yelling for an encore" - The Scotsman
"The music is fabulous, the comedy divine." - The Independent
show is a perverse delight and the clever wit of their topical pop is
to be admired. " The Herald