Djiin develops a personal, atypical and captivating universe that feeds on psychedelic rock, stoner / doom and 70’s progressive rock. For 3 years, the group has traveled the roads of France and Europe, spilling big riffs and psychedelic melodies in their path. Take part in the trip. The track Black Circus,
Djiin is a psychedelic stoner-rock band from France whose name is inspired by spirits and other beasts of the Semitic beliefs and traditions. Influenced by 70’s progressive rock and krautrock bands, doom scene and heavy rock from the glory days of the early-Sabbath era, as well as other modern references based on the diversity between western and traditional eastern sounds. The track The Void,
The Rennes-based quartet composed by bassist Charlélie Pailhes, drummer Allan Guyomard, guitarist Tom Penaguin and vocalist/harpist Chloé Panhaleux, whose powerful, deep and gravelly voice really makes Djiin stand out from the crowd, are about to release their new album Meandering Soul, their third full-length album since forming in 2017.
Engineered by Justin Nicquevert at The Blue Anvil Sound and mixed and mastered by Pierre Le Gac and Nicolas Moreau at Le Garage Hermétique, Meandering Soul features six new songs replete with powerful and fuzzy riffs, thunderous and soulful beats, psychedelic melodies and enchanting vocals that sound like bewitching incantations to transcendental and other-worldly trip. The use of the electric harp in this classic rock line-up really gives an unique and surprising vibe that accentuates the band’s mystic and ritualistic universe.