Terrier is like those adults gnawed on by their dreams and pains as clumsy teenagers. Initially an image composer (films, series, theatre), Terrier now chooses to indulge in raw and personal texts. Growing up in the 90s' on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, he refuses to sing about his new Parisian life and prefers to write about his fantasies and memories of his youth in his secret Montreuil hideout.
With a hoarse voice and an assumed nonchalance, Terrier puts up French phrases like posters on walls in a variety of colours, from punk to pop to synthwave. The result is a contrasted sound and visual universe, on which hovers a sensation of bitter-sweet melancholy.