The group stph. embodies a unique French-language indie-pop duo from Brussels. Comprising Aurore and JS, the group delves into themes such as femininity, social norms, and relationships through organic pop textures, enhanced with elements of trap beats and guitar.
After leaving their mark with an initial EP that led them to the Ancienne Belgique, stph. makes a strong comeback with their debut album, “Maintenant que je suis grand·e.” This nine-track album boldly blends the depths of modern independent music with maturity. Aurore stands out with her languid and articulate flow, conveying a sense of freedom, summer love, and the joys of friendship.
Their new album was released on September 22, accompanied by the offbeat single “Maman adore les bagnoles,” with the video available on YouTube. This song perfectly illustrates the group’s originality by breaking musical conventions and offering disjointed lyrics, thereby asserting their uniqueness in an increasingly homogeneous music scene.