No Money Kids


No Money Kids is back with a captivating new sound shaped by powerful indie-rock and contemporary popculture. Forerunners in the new DIY generation that's reinventing itself every day, their latest album, Trouble, features reckless riffs ripping through the hollows of a smoky electronic mist. The Kids repeatedly surprise and astonish during this new and captivating musical journey: Trouble.

Their sound first clicked during a studio gig where the duo met and it wasn't long before they were drawing media attention during Parisian concerts and indie festivals. Their first album, I Don't Trust You, was released in October, 2015 and several singles were quickly picked up to be used in TV series like Banshee, Night Shift, Veep (with Julia Louis-Dreyfus), Killjoys, Goliath and One Dollar and in movies such as Misconduct (with Al Pacino and Anthony Hopkins) and Baby, Baby, Baby (with Bradley Cooper).

Their music seduced not only music-lovers but the world of fashion, and songs were used in shows by Schwarzkopf and magazines Stylist and Glamour, among others before “prêt-à-porter” clothing Cotélac claimed them as their “discovery” with the creation of a promotional EP distributed in their shops world-wide

With an acclaimed first album and over a hundred concerts under their belts, No Money Kids came back with a second album in the spring of 2017. Hear the Silence was met with a clamor of positive critical reviews from Rolling Stone, Le Monde, Inrockuptibles, and many others. The second LP led to new tours all over Europe and invitations to perform at such renowned festivals as Rock en Seine 2017 and Solidays 2018.

Now, the Kids are back with Trouble, their third long-format in four years, proving once again that the band is just as prolific in the studio as on stage