AGMP presents Nouvelle Vague

AGMP presents NOUVELLE VAGUE, Anniversary Tour

The group’s first two albums, ‘Nouvelle Vague’ (2004) and ‘Bande A Part’ (2006) defined their unique sound with Bossa versions of New Wave Classics.

AGMP presents NOUVELLE VAGUE, 15 years Anniversary Tour.

Bossa Nova = Nouvelle Vague = New Wave. This transliteration was the starting point for Marc Collin and Olivier Libaux’s unique project, which, by appropriating the punk and post-punk cannon and running it through the Bossa Nova filter, reinvented the cover band genre, revealing new and brilliant talents along the way: Camille, Phoebe Killdeer, Nadeah, Mélanie Pain, and Liset Alea.

The group’s first two albums, ‘Nouvelle Vague’ (2004) and ‘Bande A Part’ (2006) defined their unique sound with Bossa versions of New Wave Classics. Their third album ‘NV3’ (2009) featured collaborations with Depeche Mode’s Martin Gore, Ian McCullouch from Echo and the Bunnymen, Terry Hall from The Specials, Barry Adamson, The Saints & Minimal Compact.

Nouvelle Vague are Marc Collin, Olivier Libaux, Mélanie Pain, Elodie Frégé, and Phoebe Killdeer.



9th – Grand Central Hall, Liverpool

10th – Dancehouse, Manchester

11th – The Boiler Shop, Newcastle

13th – City Varieties, Leeds

14th – Glee Club, Birmingham

15th – Sugarmill, Stoke

16th – The Level, Nottingham

17th – Thekla, Bristol

19th – Portland House, Cardiff

20th – Union Chapel. London

22nd – Junction, Cambridge

23rd – Chalk, Brighton

24th – Harpenden Public Halls, Harpenden

25th – Butterworth Hall, Warwick Arts Centre

27th – Arts Centre, Colchester

28th – Phoenix, Exeter

29th – Guildhall, Gloucester

30th – The Brook, Southampton

31st – Dorking Halls, Dorking


2nd – Epic Studios, Norwich

4th – Liquid Room, Edinburgh

5th – Lemon Tree, Aberdeen

6th – Oran Mor, Glasgow

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Nouvelle Vague is a French cover band led by musicians Olivier Libaux and Marc Collin. Their name means “new wave” in French, and refers simultaneously to the French New Wave cinema movement of the 1960s, to the new wave music movement of the 1970s and 1980s, which provides many of the songs that the band cover, and to bossa nova (Portuguese for “new wave”), a musical style that the band frequently uses in its arrangements.

The group’s recordings and live performances have featured a large rotating cast of mostly female vocalists. Several of the artists who have performed with the band have also had successful solo careers, including Camille, Phoebe Killdeer, Mélanie Pain, and Nadéah Miranda.