Joséphine de la Baume: the French Pop Model at the Sanderson

She may be best known as Mrs Mark Ronson (or for those saucy Agent Provocateur ads), but Joséphine de la Baume is also a talented musician in her own right. The gorgeous French model and actress, who forms half of pop band Singtank with her younger brother Alexandre, will play an exclusive acoustic set at the Sanderson on 30th May, launching the third season of Sanderson Sessions.

Sanderson Sessions (previously Sanderson Predicts) -which played host last year to Violet, The Shoestrung, Glasser and Yasmin and was attended by Bob Geldof, Nick Grimshaw, Ellie Goulding, Edie Campbell,  Jamie Winstone, Alfie Allen, Patrick Wolf, The xx, Solange Knowles, Tim Noble and Sue Webster- is back for a third consecutive summer. As in the previous years, the program will showcase some of the most innovative new bands, who will take over the hotel’s courtyard for a series of evening concerts.

This new season is on with a good start in the form of gorgeous Joséphine de la Baume and her brother Alexandre. The French duo -who have recently been singled out as the new “face”of pop by cult French magazine Les Inrocks- will share tracks ahead of the launch of their debut album In Wonder, produced by Nellee Hooper, who collaborated previously with Massive Attack and Bjork. Swinging between Indie-Rock and joyful folk songs, their concert should kick-start the summer festival season on a happy note.


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