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Mingo L’Indien began working with sounds in his early teens. Fascinated by noise and non-functional music, he studied electroacoustics at Université de Montréal, where he met Poney P, Bobo Boutin, and Toundra La Louve. Together, they founded the petrochemical rock outfit Les Georges Leningrad. After releasing a few records and touring for several years, the band members decided to call it quits and pursue other projects. Mingo moved on to composing music for artist performances and films. He also founded the group Quatro and relentlessly recorded songs in his cave, with the intention of bringing them out into the world someday.

Nunu Métal discovered her penchant for music at an early age, during a Christmas party. As a child, she was fascinated by the organ in the living room of her family’s country house. She gave her first public performances on piano and keyboards at community events, such as midnight masses and bowl-a-thons. She took part in the production of several plays and spent a great deal of her time writing poetry. She began working on independent films at Concordia University and also worked in the archives of the Cinémathèque québécoise. She has released several art videos and short films. She met Mingo L’Indien in Val-d’Or. After crossing La Vérendrye Wildlife Reserve, the two founded Ellemetue in Montréal. Nunu began composing her own melodies and created the band’s visual universe.

Ellemetue draws its inspiration from an intriguing blend of electro-experimental rock music and poetry. Mingo L’Indien's impromptu guitar playing accompanies the unreasonable chords of Nunu Métal. The duo formed in 2016 and gained popularity by offering unique performances in art galleries. They were then spotted to play in festivals such as Distorsion Psych Fest, Pop Mtl, Coup de cœur francophone and Festival de musique émergente. They released their first album Rare in its natural state in 2016. A second album entitled En pays lointain saw the light of day for Ellemetue in 2018.

In 2020, the band returns with "J'irradie par mon absence", the first single from a third album. A year later, Nunu Métal and Mingo L'Indien announced a third album and released a second single with a bold rock beat, "Swipe! Swipe!". In the winter of 2022, the group launched Les crucifiés figuratifs

under the Bravo Musique label.

Mingo L’Indien began working with sounds in his early teens. Fascinated by noise and non-functional music, he studied electroacoustics at Université de Montréal, where he met Poney P, Bobo Boutin, and Toundra La Louve. Together, they founded the petrochemical rock outfit Les Georges Leningrad. After releasing a few records and touring for several years, the band members decided to call it quits and pursue other projects. Mingo moved on to composing music for artist performances and films. He also founded the group Quatro and relentlessly recorded songs in his cave, with the intention of bringing them out into the world someday.

Nunu Métal discovered her penchant for music at an early age, during a Christmas party. As a child, she was fascinated by the organ in the living room of her family’s country house. She gave her first public performances on piano and keyboards at community events, such as midnight masses and bowl-a-thons. She took part in the production of several plays and spent a great deal of her time writing poetry. She began working on independent films at Concordia University and also worked in the archives of the Cinémathèque québécoise. She has released several art videos and short films. She met Mingo L’Indien in Val-d’Or. After crossing La Vérendrye Wildlife Reserve, the two founded Ellemetue in Montréal. Nunu began composing her own melodies and created the band’s visual universe.

Ellemetue draws its inspiration from an intriguing blend of electro-experimental rock music and poetry. Mingo L’Indien's impromptu guitar playing accompanies the unreasonable chords of Nunu Métal. The duo formed in 2016 and gained popularity by offering unique performances in art galleries. They were then spotted to play in festivals such as Distorsion Psych Fest, Pop Mtl, Coup de cœur francophone and Festival de musique émergente. They released their first album Rare in its natural state in 2016. A second album entitled En pays lointain saw the light of day for Ellemetue in 2018.

In 2020, the band returns with "J'irradie par mon absence", the first single from a third album. A year later, Nunu Métal and Mingo L'Indien announced a third album and released a second single with a bold rock beat, "Swipe! Swipe!". In the winter of 2022, the group launched Les crucifiés figuratifs

under the Bravo Musique label.

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