Two souls in the heart of the night.
Denuit was born at dawn in the souls of Lis and Ivi. Nocturnal, electronic and poetic, their music is a dance between light and darkness. Over Ivi’s nebulous synths, Lis’s cold, ethereal voice sounds like the call of the banshee. The duo creates their own magic potion: Night-Wave, where the shadows of Siouxsie, Boy Harsher and Kompromat merge. Inspired by the cyberpunk aesthetics and the dark poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, Denuit is a powerful duo that comes from the heart, like an ode to love and life itself.
Electro-Wave / Nightwave
“𝐒𝐢 𝐏𝐞𝐫𝐭𝐮𝐫𝐛𝐚𝐭𝐨𝐫 𝐚𝐯𝐚𝐢𝐭 𝐫𝐞𝐧𝐜𝐨𝐧𝐭𝐫𝐞́ 𝐋𝐚 𝐅𝐞𝐦𝐦𝐞”.Soilchronicles
News and interviews
Denuit ventures into uncharted territories of artistic expression with Ritual. Traditional confines of genre dissipate, granting precedence to unfettered creativity and innovation…
We had the change to talk about our new album Ritual on France Blue Herault. You can head over their official site to listen to the full interview here
Thanks to Emmanuel de Roquetaillade for having us, we really enjoyed the follow up interview. Last year Emmanuel asked us about our Album Inferno
A nice article about our song Nott from our new ablum Ritual in french, you can read it here
What They Say About Us:
Black Sun is linked in coherence, does not weaken, does not freeze either, eager to keep an open musical range.Muzzart – Will Dum
A refined and sharp, as cold and warm blend between Ivi’s hypnotic beats, gloomy bass throbs and winding icy synthetic evocations that coalesce organically with Lis‘ alluring haunted vocalizations.WL//WH – Catherine Gillette
The gothic post-punk electro duo of Denuit reveals a very promising dark wave vein. Their “Black Sun” album is in this image: addictive.LACN – Didier
Denuit made the daring bet to loudly claim the term “cold wave” which has fallen a bit into disuse. Gothic but not the clownish one worn out by the American metal figures of the late 90’s. Here we can see the filiation with the original figures as Siouxsie or closer to us the ones of Zola Jesus or Boy Harsher. A deep voice , electronic instrumentation, rock energy and scenic trance are perfectly enshrined in the captivating stage performances of the duo.Trente Quatre Tours – Guilhem Trébuchon