The film Tomorrow is going to be released soon (27 Sep in the UK) and the film’s account just posted about Stephanie.

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There’s a new Instagram post by Saving Flora with a picture of Jenna Ortega and Flora (you know, the elephant).

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I finally completed my collection of Alizée studio albums. I didn’t have her fourth album, Une Enfant du Siècle. Since it was out of print, I had to get it second-hand. There’s something about having a real CD and booklet to hold in your hand over a digital download. Maybe I’m just old-school, maybe it’s the great photography by Camille Vivier. Here are some examples of the included photo’s:

The music is easily the most inaccessible she’s made. Quite experimental, no easy hooks, quite varied. But I like that: if I want to hear a copy of some of her other albums, I put in that CD instead.