By Lizelle Jackson | February 6, 2009
(Photo by: Ana Lorenzana)
Enfant Terrible: a French term for a child who is terrifyingly candid by saying embarrassing things to adults, especially parents. The Webster’s Dictionary also defines an enfant terrible as an unusually successful person who is strikingly unorthodox, innovative, and/or avant-garde.
What would we do without Wikipedia?
With songs chock-full of blips and bleeps, and the occasional solo that sounds like a child with ADD, who has yet to learn the meaning of the mute button on their Game Boy, I suppose you could call We Are Enfant Terrible avant-garde. Sound a little too much? Layer the song with an awesome synth baseline and some 80′s kick drums, and you barely even notice because your so busy two-stepping around the house. So be on the lookout, it wouldn’t suprise me one bit if these guys ended up on a Kitsuné compilation….the sound is right up their alley.