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Background information
Origin France
Genres House
Years active 1998–present
Labels EMI/Capitol Records
Website telepopmusik.com
Members Fabrice Dumont
Stephan Haeri
Christophe Hetier

Télépopmusik is a French electronic music trio, composed of Fabrice Dumont (bassist of the pop band Autour de Lucie), Stephan Haeri (also known as "2 square" for his solo projects), and Christophe Hetier.

The group's first album was Genetic World, with several singles from the album released subsequently. The group's second album, Angel Milk was released in 2005.

Rapper Mau, from Earthling, appeared as guest vocalist on both Genetic World as Soda-Pop (tracks "Genetic World", "Da Hoola" and "Trishika") and on Angel Milk as Mau ("Anyway", "Last Train To Wherever", "Hollywood On My Toothpaste", "Tuesday" and "15 Minutes").

The track "Breathe" from the album Genetic World was used in a Mitsubishi television commercial to launch the 2003 Outlander. It was also nominated for a Grammy Award in the category Best Dance Recording at the ceremony held in February 2004. The track peaked at #42 in the UK Singles Chart in March 2002.[1] Angela McCluskey, the co-writer and guest vocalist on "Breathe," is from the American band Wild Colonials.

The track "Love Can Damage Your Health" gained popularity in the house music genre as a result of a remix by DJ/Producer Dennis Ferrer and Abicah Soul.

On 24 June 2013 they released Try Me Anyway / Fever EP which featured New York based vocalist Betty Black (Sylvia Gordon) and remixes from Dirty Channels, Zombie Disco Squad, Populette, Pit Spector and Pino Rastovitch.

Besides their new EP, Télépopmusik are in studio working on a new album which will be their first album release since 2005.



Breathe by Télépopmusik from Genetic World Album.

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Extended Plays[edit]

  • Ghost Girl (2009)
  • Try Me Anyway / Fever (2013)[2]
  • Sound (2014)


In popular culture[edit]

The track "World can be yours" was used as a background track for the Air France ad campaign in 2009.

The track "Last Train to Wherever" from Angel Milk was featured in the final scene of the 3rd Season première of Nip Tuck.

The track "Don't Look Back" from the album Angel Milk was used in a love scene between characters Helena Peabody & Dylan Moreland in the American series The L Word.

"Breathe" was used in the 2005 French movie "The Beat That My Heart Skipped" ("De battre mon cœur s'est arrêté"), directed by Jacques Audiard.

"Breathe" was also used by Mitsubishi Motors in America as a background track for promoting their new SUV, the Mitsubishi Outlander, in 2003.

"Breathe" was also used by BMW as a background track in their commercial for their SUV, the BMW X6, in 2009.

"Breathe" was also used in Season 2 Episode 12 of the television series Six Feet Under.

A jazz/torch version of "Yesterday Was a Lie" from Genetic World, covered by Chase Masterson, plays a role in the film of the same name.

In November 2008, IBM used the track "L'Incertitude D'Heisenberg" in a video about the company's history.[3]

In 2009, Peugeot started advertising of its 308 CC model with the track "Ghost girl".[4]

In 2011, Breathe was the featured background track used for the promo video of the Hermitage Plaza skyscraper project in Paris.

"Breathe" was used in the 2014 Spanish animation movie "Mortadelo y Filemón contra Jimmy el Cachondo"


  1. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 551. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. 
  2. ^ "Telepopmusik / Try Me Anyway - Fever" - Official Website. Retrieved in 2013-26-06
  3. ^ "A History of Progress" - IBMSocialMedia. Retrieved on 2008-11-08.
  4. ^ "Peugeot 308 CC / Telepopmusik" - Vimeo. Retrieved in 2009-07-01

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