As we turn to fall and then into winter, I'm sure a good lot of us are already clamoring for anything that will remind us of the sunny warmth of summer, and French electro-pop musician Owlle is here to help us out. Her new song 'Fog', taken from her debut album France (out 17 November via Sony) is a shimmering slice of pop that sets the tone for the rest of the record quite well. Fans of Grimes, Lykke Li, or Chairlift may find their new favourite artist in Owlle, who found her inspiration to become a musician after witnessing a Brian Eno art installation - “I’m not sure if I’d ever have dared to start a musical career if it wasn’t for the rush I got when I discovered one of Eno’s audio-visual installations at an art fair. It was called Quiet Club and the way sound and visuals interacted truly fascinated me," she said in a press release. Stream 'Fog' below.

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