LE TROUBLE “MAKING MATTERS WORSE” AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE
OUT FEBRUARY 3, 2017
“Made up of serendipitous friends Michael, Max, Garrett, Bao-Khanh and Jesse, Le Trouble are creating honest, charismatic pop rock perfect for dancing away the blues and saying, “fuck you.” But it’s clear their music also has the ability to dive much deeper, striking chords across the spectrum of emotion.”
– Atwood Magazine
“Le Trouble united five introverts, and has resulted in undeniably great indie sounds and cathartic ‘fuck yous’.”
– IDOBI RADIO
The Boys of Le Trouble have an epic release in store for 2017. The Montreal five-piece have just completed some of their most evolved work to date. Their eleven track album “Making Matters Worse” is a prolific whirlwind showcasing the band’s dynamic lyricism and diverse composition. Explosive from beginning to end, the record puts listeners in an energetic trance, with brain shattering percussion and hypnotic melody, the ensemble brilliantly utilizes their supreme attention to detail.
Another successful release, Le Trouble is expected to start the new year on top. Get ready to embrace the alternative album of the year.
Montreal-based five-piece Le Trouble is made up of twenty percent jamming and eighty percent hanging out.
Le Trouble includes five introverts who just happen to love making well- crafted pop music, but instead of reaching for the top of the charts, they write for themselves.
Unlike a lot of musical partnerships out there, Michael, Maxime, Jesse, Garrett, and Bao-Khanh are friends first, so following a fleeting brush with the American pop machine that would’ve destroyed most bands, the motivation to keep playing and keep making memories only grew. With debut album Reality Strikes now firmly in the rearview mirror, they’re ready to go hard again with a new album on Indica Records.
To them, the new album sounds like all five bandmates and their individual styles playing off each other and ultimately shining through. To the rest of us, it’s homebrewed pop with honest lyrics and big hooks that might sound calculated but are actually are cathartic ‘fuck yous’ they needed to let out. Like any band, they’ve faced their fair share of setbacks, but to them, failures are just the moments you end up laughing about later.