Laetitia Sadier

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The French singer Laetitia Sadier, who also plays guitar, keyboard and trombone, was born in 1968. She was a founding member of the avant-pop band Stereolab, together with her former partner the guitarist Tim Gane. She was also instrumental in forming Monade, a post-rock band, active until 2009. She has collaborated with various groups on a wide range of projects, contributing to recordings made by The High Llamas and for Blur’s top twenty hit To the End. She recorded the song Bonnie and Clyde with Luna and sang the lead vocals in Haiku One on the Sigmatropics album Sixteen Haiku & Other Stories, based on the poetry of the Greek poet Giorgos Seferis. Sadier has also collaborated with the German electronica group Mouse on Mars, writing songs and touring with them. In 2010 Sadier released her first solo album: The Trip. This was followed by Silencio, Something Shines and Find me Finding You. She appeared on the Deerhoof album Mountain Moves in 2017 with the song Come Down Here and Say That.