PETITSOLEIL Are In the Mood with “Haïkulélé Songs”

Ukulele. Literally, “leaping flea”, probably from the Hawaiian nickname of Edward Purvis, who was short and quick and popularized the instrument brought to Hawaii by the Portuguese in 1879.

To extend the summer, PETITSOLEIL offers you ten swaying Latin songs joyfully painted in pop colors in the language of Molière!

Supported by the swaying swing and the crystalline sound of the “Ukulele”, by the percussions of Japy Lo Pinto, and the “tremolo-twangy” electric guitar of Piero Bégot as talented accomplices, the songs of Roberto Lozano take us from “La Grande Bleue ” (Southern France, Spain) and Latin America (Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Argentina, Havana, Dominican Republic). On heady refrains that celebrate life, love and the intoxication of Latin fiestas, the three boys, their heads in the sun, delight us with their songs without age and without borders (between original compositions and covers from Latin folklore ) …All performed with heart and soul!

Ukulele. Literally, “leaping flea”, probably from the Hawaiian nickname of Edward Purvis, who was short and quick and popularized the instrument brought to Hawaii by the Portuguese in 1879.

To extend the summer, PETITSOLEIL offers you ten swaying Latin songs joyfully painted in pop colors in the language of Molière!

Dive into the new release below!

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