For the launch of the new J’adore advertising campaign with Charlize Theron as muse, the House called on hot group London Grammar and the French duo The Shoes to remix their number Hey Now. Discover them exclusively here.
Charlize Theron moves with a dancing step upon the blond parquet of the fabled Galerie des Glaces in the Château de Versailles. All it takes is three notes, three perfectly calibrated notes to transport us into the captivating world of the English group London Grammar. Hannah Reid’s deep and simultaneously crystalline voice conveys the intimacy that comes from composing and writing songs inspired by her love stories and experiences. By her side, Dan Rothman, on guitar, and Dot Major, alternating between keyboard and percussion. London Grammar, which came to public attention last year with the song Wasting My Young Years from their first album If You Wait, brings a beguiling and vaporous air to English pop in the manner of another British group The XX, one of their influences.
The Shoes, the French electro-rock duo composed of Guillaume Brière and Benjamin Lebeau, who attained fame in 2011 with their first album Crack My Bones, exclusively remixed the tune Hey Now, expressing a new note in the advertising campaign of the fragrance J’adore.