The album opens with the part French part English sung track 'Drowning', which immediately sets the tone for the entire album. It's an uplifting rocker and an excellent opener. 'De New York à Madrid' is another neat piece of music, borrowing elements from punk, grunge and alternative rock. Speaking about grunge, 'Le Cri Du Monde' seems to dig deep into that genre, but then again, pretty much all the songs here do that.
Which doesn't mean that this is a one-sided album, not at all. There are fifteen songs to be found here. Most of them are groove-ridden rock tunes, here and there nudging towards heavier genres. 'Mya', for example, takes everything great about the nineties into this century and 'Tous les Garçons' makes me tap my feet from the very first note. I think this is one of my favorites on this album, probably because of that awesome punk rock reference. 'Roxanne' is my other favorite.
So, who to recommend 'Nulle Part' to? Well, to pretty much everyone who is into good old fashioned rock music and is not weary of the French language. In all, Daisy Driver did a splendid job with this full-length. There is plenty of variation. There are some severely catchy tunes to be found and the whole thing breathes a love for rock music. Check it out, you will be pleasantly surprised. I know I was.