“Libertine” - Paco Versailles | Review

We are back and ready to boogie with Paco Versailles’ new song Libertine.


Harnessing the energy of greats like Kool & The Gang, Paco Versailles have crafted another anthemic single that foregoes genre lines and transcends time. Paco Versailles brings ravishing energy to their dancemenco sound in new single "Libertine," out next week for your listening pleasure. This perfect get-down jam, "Libertine," is sure to be played across dance floors worldwide.

Paco Versailles first crossed paths back in 2016 when Vahagni joined Ryan's band Capital Cities as lead guitarist on a number of tours. The kindred spirits quickly became friends, discovering a shared outlook on life and art and a deep appreciation for Spanish culture. Through subconscious co-creation, the seeds of Dancemenco were planted and in 2019, Paco Versailles was born.


The name Paco Versailles was conceived while imagining a collaboration between the duo's biggest influences - the legendary Spanish guitarist Paco de Lucia and French electronic artists Daft Punk and Air, both products of the Parisian suburb of Versailles.



Review by Hannah Schneider


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