About Eiffel

French rock band Eiffel were founded by Romain and Estelle Humeau in 1998. After the release of a first 1999 EP (L'Affaire), the band was spotted by producer Bertrand Burgalat, seeking a backing band for French writer Michel Houellebecq's 1999 music project. Gaining a larger following and more exposure over the years, Eiffel released two albums (2001's L'Abricotine and 2002's Le Quart d'Heure des Ahuris) before Romain Humeau took some time off to record a solo project, L'Éternité de l'Instant, released in 2005. Eiffel returned as a band with a new EP, Ma Part d'Ombre, in 2006 and a new album, Tandoori, in 2007. The full-length À Tout Moment arrived in 2009, followed by Foule Monstre in 2012. ~ Olivier Duboc

February 1998
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