INÜIT Gives Us An Evocative, Thrilling Taste For Freedom In “Tomboy”

Runaway indietronica

Photo: INÜIT Facebook

French six-piece act INÜIT speaks to our primal desire for freedom and novelty in “Tomboy.” It’s a dark and sweet indietronica that is built on multiple vocal layers, chill ambience, and obscure samples that captures the mystic air of pursuing the unknown for the sake of freedom. Directed by Simon Noizat, the video follows the story of a mechanic shop worker who meets a glamorous femme fatale. Watch below:

“Tomboy” is from the band’s upcoming LP Action, which will be out on October 12. Although they’ve been a band for three years, members of INÜIT have been friends for more than a decade. Their moniker means “being human,” which is something that the band continues to explore and expand in their works. The band is currently on their French tour:

9/14 – Festival Jour De Fête (Saint-Herblaine, France)

9/19 – Forum Culturel Franco-Chinois (Xi’an, China)

10/13 – L’Echonova (Saint-Avé, France)

10/15 – La Maroquinerie (Paris, France)

11/1 – Les Primeurs @ Paul B (Massy, France)

11/2 – Le Club (Rodez, France)

11/3 – Les Prmeurs @ Lo Bolegason (Castres, France)

11/16 – Les Z’Eclectiques (Cholet, France)

11/17 – Festival La Nouvelles Voix (Villefranche-Sur-Saone, France)

11/24 – Stereolux (Nantes, France)

11/30 – La Vapeur (Dijon, France)

12/1 – Le Moloco (Audincourt, France)

12/8 – L’Entracte (Sablé-Sur-Sarthe, France)

12/14 – La Sirene (La Rochelle, France)

12/19 – Festival Les Aventuriers (Fontenay-Sous-Bois, France)