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Bagdad Rodeo, the band whose sarcasm is as sharp as guitar riffs, unveils its new single and clip, “Co2nard”, from “Quatre – L’album sans fin – Part 1”.

In a world where the oversized ego and the race for likes reign supreme, Bagdad Rodeo delivers a musical uppercut with “Co2nard”. The lyrics, as subtle as a blow of mass in a porcelain of China, explore with delight the Kafkaesque universe of the influencers and their obsession for emptiness, nothingness.

«I spend my day doing selfies» sings Bishop Delatourette, offering a scathing observation on the life of social media stars, whose depth is equivalent to that of a puddle after a shower.

Targeting digital narcissists, Bagdad Rodeo strips the superficial layers of entertainment to reveal the cynicism behind it. “Selling my mother for knacki-shaped lips,” they say with humour as black as coal.

In this new trend where the good meets the bad, even the very bad, Bagdad Rodeo refuses to remain passive. Co2nard” is a call to action, a formula for all those who refuse to see society sink into darkness, greed and egocentrism.

Bagdad Rodeo, known for his outspokenness and commitment, does not hesitate to denounce this drift in “Co2nard” and thus invites the public to join them in their fight against this new form of social parasitism, where real talent is relegated to the background in favor of manipulation and superficiality.

Bagdad Rodeo still does not make lace, and “Co2nard” is the ultimate proof. Prepare to laugh, reflect, and question your own selfies.




BAGDAD RODEO presents the video “Revolution Vendetta”. A hymn to resistance and freedom. This incisive title is the first extract of the album “Quatre – L’Album sans Fin – Part 1”.

“Revolution Vendetta” stands out for its bold words and rebellious energy, bearing the characteristic imprint of BAGDAD RODEO. The words of Bishop Delatourette and Christobal Sanchez del Rodéo testify to an unwavering determination to remain true to oneself despite external pressures.

“Still alive, still there,
Not ready to walk,
Not ready to shut my mouth in front of you
I won’t bend, I won’t change
The rodeo will win
Revolution vendetta, fist raised in front of you”

The video was directed by Bertrand Boissimon, in the cold, perhaps in the east. The sobriety of the images contrasts with the energy of the title. The quality of the photography is undeniable. Simple, raw, authentic: real rock that spoils. With words like “I’m not dead, you won’t get me”, BAGDAD RODEO refuses to submit to the norm and continues to claim its identity.

“Revolution Vendetta” is a direct response to the current challenges of society, a call for perseverance and the defense of fundamental rights. The lyrics embody the vision of BAGDAD RODEO, a militant group that takes you on a rodeo of social satire and caustic humor.

“The fight is more relevant than ever, and BAGDAD RODEO will always be ready to take part. The exile is over…” says the group.


QUATRE – L’ALBUM SANS FIN – PART.1 by BAGDAD RODEO is hereRelease date 26 january 2024


The world of rock is often home to artists who use music as a means of transmitting messages of resistance and rebellion. In this vein, Bagdad Rodeo stands out for its vibrant commitment and determination to make its voice heard.

The enigmatic title “Revolution Vendetta” seems to be the mantra of Bagdad Rodeo, reflecting a call to action, resistance and perseverance. The lyrics express a categorical refusal to comply with established norms and a bold challenge to authority figures. «Not ready to walk», says the group, stressing a determination to follow its own path. “Revolution Vendetta” is now available on all streaming platforms and is featured on QUATRE – L’ALBUM SANS FIN – PART.1 (released January 26, 2024).

References to Baghdad and the “rodeo” add layers of complexity and can be interpreted in various ways. Baghdad, often associated with political conflicts, could symbolize the struggle against oppression, while the “rodeo” could evoke the tumultuous nature of life and struggle.

An Affirmation of Freedom
Bagdad Rodeo does not just resist silently. The words underscore the continuing desire to be there to be heard, to break censorship and to proclaim their rights. It is an ode to freedom of expression, to the will to say what many think quietly.

Fist raised as a sign of challenge
The imagery of the “fist raised in front of you” is a powerful symbol of challenge and opposition. It is a bold statement affirming the continued presence of the group, elusive to death, persistent despite the challenges.

A musical force of revolt
By combining powerful lyrics with explosive rock energy, Bagdad Rodeo emerges as a musical force of revolt. Their music not only draws crowds, but also inspires reflection and change.

Committed rock fans will certainly find a powerful voice in Bagdad Rodeo. Their hymn of rebellion, “Revolution Vendetta“, resonates as a call to action, a reminder that even in the darkest moments, music can be a driving force for change. Bagdad Rodeo invites us to raise our fists, to resist and to fight for a world where freedom and justice prevail.


QUATRE – L’ALBUM SANS FIN – PART.1 by BAGDAD RODEO is hereRelease date 26 january 2024


« Mon coin de ciel » is the seventh album by Paul Péchenart. Authentic Rock guitarist and co-founder of the Dogs in the 70s, Paul Péchenart tirelessly composes new songs.

Like Paul Péchenart’s last albums, the writing and production of the music took place over a period of about 2 years. Most of the songs are original, unpublished and recent. The general tone is reminiscent of the one already explored in previous productions. We only talk about what we know well. In this case, it is cities, relationships, travels, questions and surprises that it is.
If it were a film, it would be classified in dramatic comedies where the lightness of images meets darker atmospheres. The opposition of these opposites gives relief to the whole. The emotional context is tinged with melancholy but also sunny enthusiasm.
Talking about this new album is talking about songs, translations in words and sounds of what makes the salt of our days. It is to speak of Paul Péchenart’s personal way of looking at the world and the people who inhabit it.

Paul Péchenart (Lead vocals, guitars, ukulele)
Paul Péchenart Junior (guitars, percussions, piano, background vocals)
Esteban Avellan (Bass, electric guitar)
Théo Bertou (Drums, percussions)
Camille Feist (vocals on « Plus léger que l’air », background vocals)
François Casaÿs (Keyboards)

All songs and compositions by Paul Péchenart
Arrangements by Paul Péchenart Junior and Esteban Avellan
Recorded and mixed by François Casaÿs | Accès Digital
Photos : Vincent Gilot and Ben Gaston for Camille Feist
Artwork : Carole Cettolin
Production by Paul Péchenart, Paul Péchenart Junior, Esteban Avellan and Théo Bertou
Release date :  10-11-2023

More about Paul Péchenart

MON COIN DE CIEL by Paul Péchenart is available here

Finding a better world

With San Francisco-West Coast influences, but also glimpses of Country Rock, Folk and Psychedelia, Missri and friends delivers a sincere album : MY ZOMBIE GIRL ! The first single is “Fake is The Name“. The song is about finding a better world. The opening militant track features Barry “The Fish” Melton (Country Joe and The Fish).

For you, the official video for FAKE IS THE NAME

Stéphane Missri – guitars, lead vocals
Barry «The Fish» Melton – guitars, lead vocal on « Fake is the name »
Gabriela Arnon – keyboards, vocals
Christian Poidevin – vocals, guitars,
Marten Ingle – vocals, bass
Marty Vickers – drums, percussion
Paul Susen – fiddle
Natalie Martel – vocals
Dava Sheridan – vocals

Produced by Paul Bessone for Juste Une Trace
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Arnaud Bascuñana
Music and lyrics by Stéphane Missri
Published by Éditions Amoc
Cover graphic design by Corinne Garino

Video by Lucas Ranoux


Wipe out the past
to build a world,
a home that last
More than a day

In this world
You’ll find a way
To a better place
Where we can stay
gotta keep moving on

Black man white man yellow man
red man blue man monkey man
Been hunted over lands and seas

In this world
Movies are real
Fake is the name
Of this old game

In this world.
Or in this dream
No one controls Reality
Gotta keep moving on

In my dream I wore the shoes of Charlton Heston
Planet of apes powerless
The monkeys left me no chance
They had their revenge
I was on their side
But there is a time when it is too late
it’s only a movie

In this world
We are drifting
Just Like a feather
Upon the wind

Please Hold my hand
Tight trough the night
searching for the past
we’re coming back
Gotta keep moving on

Black man white man yellow man
red man blue man monkey man
Been hunted persecuted, deported
over lands and Seas

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