Good Morning TV started in 2016 with a first self titled EP, released by pop diggers Requiem pour un Twister, that managed to echo until miles away from their homeland, France. At the time a solo adventure of Bérénice Deloire, the project progressively became a band as Barth Bouveret (producer for both the EP and the album), Thibault Picot (Brace! Brace!) and Hugo Dupuis joined their forces, guided by mutual harmony.

They have recently released new track Entertainment from their debut album Small Talk, which is also just recently out. The Fountain caught up with the band about the new single and the album prior to the album release date, who also outlined some of their favourite venues.

TF: You have a new single out, what can we expect from Entertainment?

Entertainment is pretty different from Insomniac. It’s another perspective on the album, more direct and energetic in some ways, very 90’s, with a Blur-a-like guitar solo.

TF: How would you sum up the track in one sentence?

With the chorus lyrics : “Outstanding shows everywhere, I’m begging for some quiet now.” 

TF: What is your plan for the remainder of the year, after this release, I note an LP?

Yes, our debut album Small Talk will be out on June 18th on Géographie Records. We are very excited to get it out there. We have worked a lot on it (and for it !), and it makes us quite proud to release an LP that’s so in tune with our personality (as a band) and what we like in general.

TF: Where is your favourite venue for playing live, where is the next place you look most forward to gigging?

Our favourite venue is definitely Le Point Éphémère in Paris. We’ve got a rehearsal space there, so it feels a bit like home. We’ve played few times there already, and we’ve seen so many great bands there, it’s one of the great indie venues of the city. Because of the sanitary crisis, we move carefully. We have great gig prospects on the way, but while we’re excited to get playing live again we try to stay patient…

Small Talk is out now and available here