13/07/2017
Seriously good.

Words by

Eliza Sholly

If you’re a fan of local lady music and '90s pop ballads, we suggest you keep reading.

Isadoré is the (mostly) self-produced DIY project of Melbourne singer, songwriter and producer, Isabelle Reynaud.

A familiar face in Melbourne’s live music scene, Isabelle has been saving her hard-earned pennies to fund the recording of her upcoming debut EP, Fight or Flight.

The first track, ‘Lose Control,’ is an ode to '90s icons, Madison Avenue and Sophie Ellis-Bextor (a.k.a. the artists we all secretly love and play when no one's around).

Aside from a nostalgic list of inspiration, the track also received production assistance from Stephen Mowat (Bliss n Eso, Pez, Seth Sentry) and mastering by Joseph Carra (Bloc Party, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard).

Set for release on August 4, inspiration for the EP came from a moment when Isadoré had to make choice between fight or flight:

"Neither choice is right or wrong – that is important to understand. You just have to do what is best for you at that moment in your life and that will free you.”

Check out the video for ‘Lose Control’ below:

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