Mount eerie Mosaic

On s’est souvent posé ces questions : que deviennent-ils ? Où sont-ils rangés ? A quelle heure du jour ou de la nuit tournent-ils ? C’est quasi frustrant de les abandonner aux mains d’un postier sans ne jamais savoir ce qu’ils deviennent. Forcés à s’inventer des histoires.

Même si on accepte, contraint-passif, la disparition des échanges humains, même si on participe un peu tous à cette future perte de mémoire collective, on a encore besoin d’évidence. De ce concret que l’on appréciait. C’est pour ces raisons que l’on a demandé à toutes les personnes qui ont commandé le 45 tours de Mount Eerie “To the ground” (sorti en avril sur Atelier Ciseaux) via notre site de nous donner de leurs nouvelles.

On s’est sentis touchés par tous ces gens qui ont pris le temps de nous envoyer une photo. Ils semblent être entre de bonnes mains. Merci.

A translation might come in handy:

We often wondered what had become of them — where are they stored? When are they played, between daytime and night-time? It’s almost frustrating to abandon them to the mailman without ever knowing what they will come to be, as if we were compelled to dream up stories instead.

Even though we passively accept the binding disappearance of such human bonds, even though we all somewhat take part in this future loss of collective memory, we still need this substance we used to enjoy. We still need the tangible and the authentic. We therefore asked everyone who ordered Mount Eerie‘s 7″ “To the Ground” (released in April on Atelier Ciseaux) via our website to send us some news.

We were touched by all the people who took the time to send a picture. Seems like these records are in good hands. Thank you.

 

Fleur – Marseille (France)

Peter – Oakhurst, New Jersey (USA)

Leslie – Bordeaux (France)

Edouard – Lille (france)

Philipp – Scottsdale, Arizona (USA)

Michelle – Melbourne (Australia)

Nina – Bruxelles (Belgium)

Max – Munich (Germany)

Amber – Hague (Netherlands)

Alban – Paris (France)

Greg – Columbia (USA)

Greg&Josephine – Washington (USA)

Victor – Bruxelles (Belgique)

Sascha – Cologne (Germany)

Cyril – Toulouse (France)

Eric – Salt Lake City (USA)

Klaus – São Paulo (Brazil)

Damien – Wambrechies (France)

Paul – Schoonhoven (Netherlands)

Gregory – Sheffield (England)

Eliza – Bexley (Australia)

Jeff – Brooklyn (USA)

Manu

François – Aubervilliers (France)

Clara – Montreuil (France)

Hélène – Lille (France)

Evan – Eastern, Washington (USA)

Stéphanie & Rémi – Montauban (France)

Manon – Toulouse (France)

Richard – Brighton (UK)

Nathalie – Lyon (France)

Tony – Rennes (France)

Robby

Camille – Paris (France)

Julien – Paris (France)

Andrew – Portland, OR (USA)

Christian – Holmestrand Country (Norway)

Mickael – Lyon (France)

Guillaume – Montreal (Canada)

Brian – New York (USA)

Marion – Paris (France)

Jakub – Gdańsk (Poland)

Morgan (Portland, OR, USA)

Mathieu – Paris (France)

Guillaume & Johanna (exilés suédois)

Thibault (Paris, France)