THAT SUMMER is David Sanson’s project , and “Clear” is his third album, a dozen pastoral and urban pop-songs, melodic and melancholic, stripped down and subtle, influenced by artists such as Brian Eno and David Sylvian, as well as Hood and Depeche Mode. “Clear” was composed between Paris and Montreal (two tracks were recorded at Hotel2Tango Studio / the mythical studio of Godspeed You! Black Emperor). It is the result of a close collaboration with several French musicians such as Benoit Burello (Bed), Sylvain Chauveau, Pierre-Yves Macé, Jérome Minière, Jean-Michel Pirès (The Married Monk, Yann Tiersen, Headphone, Bed), Alain Frappier and Geoffroy Montel and also with artists such as Malcolm Eden (Mc Carthy, Herzfeld), Rebecca Foon (Cello) and Rachel Levine (mandolin). The result is an atypical and ambitious record, which mixes together different resonances and textures (acoustic as well as electronic sounds, sonic distortions and intimacy).