French producer, composer, and songwriter Petit Biscuit continues to build anticipation toward his Parachute LP – out this Friday via Écurie. The newest taste of the project is a bittersweet romp called “Burnin” that comes equipped with a brilliant music video directed by Aube Perrie which provides ultra-compelling visuals to match. “Burnin” comes on the heels of “Drivin Thru The Night” which was praised by the likes of Your EDM for its “shimmering electro-pop production.”
Petit Biscuit explains his newest “is a very sensual song. After starting it in LA with Chrome Sparks, it’s one I went back to and worked on a lot during isolation… it’s about ambiguity between two friends with benefits… one fell in love and the other one is playing with that ambiguity. Something that happens when you’re very young and innocent and don’t know better.”
As for the music video, he continues, “I think a lot of fans will recognize themselves in the lead actors. Almost everyone has experienced that kind of holiday relationship when you’re tired of someone but you don’t know if they’re tired of you too. It’s something that could appear as sad, but I think it’s like a comedy or a love story… at the end, you just have this little feeling in your heart because you don’t know what will happen. But it also feels good watching this story unfold.”
A multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer, Petit Biscuit has converted his classically trained talents into critical acclaim over the course of his career. With a debut album, Presence, that charted worldwide in 2017, he’s also wowed audiences on the live circuit with performances at the likes of Coachella, Lollapalooza, and HARD, plus his own sold out headline tour dates around the world. 2019 saw the release of single, “We Were Young”, topping 40 million collective streams with a music video featuring gorgeous cinematic shots that track nostalgic dreams of longing and love. Petit Biscuit kicked off this summer with I Leave Again, a collaboration with longtime friend Shallou. The song and its lyric video captivated fans and tastemakers, speeding to 25 million global streams and receiving global support from the likes of triple j, SiriusXM Chill, and Virgin. Burnin now joins the fold, with features on Apple Music’s New Music Daily and Zane Lowe’s Apple Music 1 program.
Other highlights of Petit Biscuit’s career include over 1 billion Spotify streams, being awarded best live performer at the NRJ DJ Awards 2018, a primetime national TV performance on the esteemed French music award ceremony Les Victoires de la Musique 2018, covering Phoenix’s “1901” on triple j’s essential Like A Version series, and international radio support from KCRW to SiriusXM Chill to Triple J.