French popsters En Attendant Ana have released an absolutely loveable low-fi romp of a single ‘In/Out’: an effervescent joy infused with a sense of wonder and innocence yet imbued with a degree of melancholia. The video – a rough hewn Super-8 delight filmed in Belgian, delightfully captures the carefree sense of the song:

Of the song, primary lyricist & front person Margaux Bouchaudon says:

“I tend to consider it as a journey towards acceptation of losses (would they be friends, lovers or dreams through death, departure or disillusion…) but also towards self respect and independence.”

It’s utterly delightful – slightly shambolic, psych-infused and very cool with a genetic root of C86-era bands like The Sundays or shoegaze-era dream pop.

The song is off En Attendant Ana’s debut album ‘Juillet’, available now through the link below:

You can catch the band live in the UK throughout February:

UK Live Dates:

Saturday 8th February – Portsmouth, Acapulco (tickets)
Sunday 9th February – Bristol, The Lanes (free show)
Monday 10th February – Edinburgh, Sneaky Pete’s
Tuesday 11th February – Glasgow, The Flying Duck
Wednesday 12th February – Nottingham, Rough Trade (tickets)
Friday 14th February – Sheffield, Delicious Clam Records
Saturday 15th February – London, The Islington (tickets)

We’ll be back.