New single & music video from the upcoming Jaune Toujours album ‘Europeana’!


thumbnail Alles Normaal.jpg‘Alles Normaal’ is the first track to come out of Europeana, the forthcoming album by Jaune Toujours. This version was recorded live at Magasin 4, Brussels.

The music video was shot during the live recording of the song at Magasin 4 and on location at the Parc Maximilien in Brussels.

The song is in Dutch, optional subtitles available in English and French.

Music video by Sarah Baur.

Watch it here!

Already available on Bandcamp and soon on Spotify and all major streaming platforms.

‘Europeana’ vlog – Episode 1

Vlog EuropeanaChoux de Bruxelles proudly presents the first episode of the making of ‘Europeana’, the new album by Jaune Toujours.

Tri-lingual vlog – subtitles available in English, Dutch and French.
Vlog trilingue – sous-titrage en français, néerlandais et anglais.
Drietalige vlog – ondertiteling in het Nederlands, Engels en Frans.

Watch it here!

Sorry this first episode is quite noisy, we’ll work on that.

For the next episodes of our vlog, we would like you to send us your questions!
What would you like to know about Jaune Toujours?
We’ll be talking to Piet, Théophane, Mathieu, Mattias, Bart, Dirk, Yamen and Jo. Don’t be shy! No question is too weird or silly.

Head on over to the Jaune Toujours Facebookpage or the private Choux de Bruxelles Facebookgroup and ask away!

Jaune Toujours @ Freunde & Refugees Stuttgart – review by gig-blog – “JT schaffen den Spagat, fröhliche Partymusik mit ernsten Themen zu kombinieren, wagen sich an komplexe Rhythmen und Breaks. Das ist intelligent und spannend, aber niemals verkopft. “

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On July 9, Jaune Toujours played a show at Freunde & Refugees in Stuttgart.
Holger from gig-blog was there and wrote a very enthousiastic review. Steve Sonntag accompanied him and took some great pictures.
You can read the full review on the gig-blog website or by clicking the image above.

Jaune Toujours plays at “Freunde und Refugees” in Stuttgart (Germany)

On July 9, Jaune Toujours will be playing at “Freunde und Refugees” in Stuttgart (Germany), a festival to thank all the people that work with and fight for refugees! Check out the full line-up here!

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Q&A with Piet Maris by Gig-blog to announce the Freunde & Refugees concert in Stuttgart.

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Piet Maris did a little Q&A session with gig-blog, announcing the concert at Freunds & Refugees in Stuttgart on July 9. Read the full Q&A at the gig-blog website or by clicking the image above.

20sth – review by – “…dem Mestizo-Sound a la JT, einem Mix aus Chanson-, Latin- und Balkan-Elementen met Ska und einem Schuss Punk-Energie.”

Another 20Sth review by this time! Read it (in German) on their website or by clicking the image below.

20Sth review by Sound& – “Dank einer ausgereiften Brass-Linie und einem ausgeprägten sozialen Engagement ist es der Band gelungen, zum ewigen Geheimtipp zu avancieren.”

Sound & Image likes the 20sth Collector a lot! Read the full review (in German) on their website or by clicking the image below.



5 Star review by Robb Johnson for R2 – “Jaune Toujours write great, infectious songs, performed with an effortless, nonchalant brilliance and passionate commitment that’s irresistibly engaging”

Robb Johnson wrote an amazing 5 star review for R2 magazine about the 20Sth Collector’s album.

“…it’s an essential, inspirational artefact.”

Read the review by clicking the image below or subscribe to R2 magazine on their website.

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Review 20sth by Rhein Main Magazin – Dass die belgische Hauptstadt nicht das verschlafene Beamtennest ist, für das man sie gemeinhin hält, haben Jaune Toujours in all ihren Alben bewiesen

Rhein Main Magazin published a small review about the 20sth collectors album and box set. You can read it (in German) by clicking the image below or directly on their website here (page 36).

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5 star review in Westzeit – Besonders spannend sind die z.T. flämisch gesungenen rauen Frühwerke…

Westzeit gave 20sth no less than five stars!
You can read the review (in German) by clicking the logo below.


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