Tous Les Matins Du Monde draws its reference from a novel by Pascal Quignard entitled: "Tous les matins du monde sont sans retour,"  "Each day dawns but once."


A little tune for those who can't speak any longer. For lost children. For softening a shoemaker's hammer. For the time before we even lived or breathed or saw the light."

We can't return to these moments physically, but images can take our minds there, and it'll take us to a very specific spot. It's not reliving the moment. It's more like you never left, holding it captive despite the cruelty of time.