Editors’ Notes Les Trois Accords are an indie rock quartet from Drummondville with a penchant for puns, wordplay, and sparkling melodies. Their fifth studio album J’Aime Ta Grand-Mère shimmers with sweetly absurdist songs, best demonstrated by its steel drum-driven title track. While “Bamboula” takes a page from the Pixies, with its thundering kick drums tempered by a moody bassline, lead singer Simon Proulx channels his inner Ian Curtis with deep, quasi-punk vocals. Proulx lightens the mood momentarily with “Exercice,” which flip-flops from a childish schoolboy chant before exploding into a garage rock jam, and then dialing it back down again. J’Aime Ta Grand-Mère is gorgeously sequenced, smartly lyrical, and referential of both British new wave and local Québécois indie legends.

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3:31
 
Les amoureux qui s'aiment
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3:32
 
J'aime ta grand-mère
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3:55
 
Bamboula
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3:16
 
Sur le bord du lac (feat. Renée Martel)
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4:04
 
Exercice
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3:03
 
Son visage était parfait
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2:41
 
C'était magique (Nuit de la poésie II)
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3:32
 
Je me touche dans le parc
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3:15
 
Retour à l'institut
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5:05
 

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