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'The Shade’

My darkest track ever,
and a 3 minute wall-of-sound guitar solo:
what else?

Out now on all digital stores

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New Album 'Sparkle Then Vanish' Out Now!

In essence, "Sparkle Then Vanish" is a reflexion on the passing time. It was influenced by years I spent in Japan, where I learnt to see beauty in impermanence and imperfection - a trait you will find in the combination of roughness (Glory, Life on a Raft) and intimacy (Stay, Everything Done) in these songs. 

On top of bringing direct theme for one of the songs (Entenka), Japan also brought the backbone of the retro sound with a set composed of TR808, Korg Polysix and Boss stompboxes (cf Phasing Out). 




Vii-Pii (born Vianney Pivet, May 11, 1970) is a French amateur songwriter and guitarist who also sings and performs keyboards on his solo projects. He has also recorded and performed with the bands Dead Go Fast and S/E/L/F that he had co-founded. He records under the moniker of Peachbaend too.

Vii-Pii began recording and performing with alternative rock band Dead Go Fast that he had co-founded during his school years, producing a few demo tapes on four track tape recorders. Later he began releasing the material re-recorded digitally with software emulations of the material initially used by the band, such as a Yamaha DX7 synth, Boss stompboxes and a TB909 drum machine.

After the school years and a first working experience in Japan, Vii-Pii produced solo techno albums under the moniker of Peachbaend, a name he still uses today for his more electronic, instrumental compositions.

At the turn of the millenium, Vii-Pii embarked on the trip-hop project S/E/L/F with Remky and several female vocalists until stabilizing with Carolyn LaRoka. The EP Thump commercialised in 2000 received favourable critics in the independent press. The trio performed several gigs in Paris in such places as Cabaret Sauvage or Glaz'art but disbanded soon after as Vii-Pii left Europe to pursue an international career overseas.

Whilst working professionally, Vii-Pii keeps recording new songs that he regularly releases digitally.

Vii-Pii now lives and works in Paris with his family.

Musical genres and influences

Dead Go Fast: alt rock, post punk, new wave. Notable influences are Bauhaus, The Cult, The Cure, The Damned, Joy Division, The Sisters of Mercy…

S/E/L/F: trip hop, electropop, downtempo. Influence: Archive, Portishead, Stina Nordenstein…

Peachbaend: techno, big beat, intelligent techno. Influences: the Prodigy, DJ Shadow, Fatboy Slim, Unkle…

Vii-Pii: electropop, alternative rock. Influences combine all of the above with recent indie bands, standards rock bands and unknown gems of prog rock.


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the dead go fast trilogy

Vii-Pii's early works form a natural continuum over 3 albums. 
Listen loud.

DEAD gO fast!

Vii-Pii's seminal album with the band of the same name.


The second album with Dead Go Fast.


The final piece of the Dead Go Fast trilogy. 


On the edge

A catchy synthwave anthem AND a crush song. You didn’t even know such things exist.


(Whirlwinds of Danger) A protest song with 3 centuries in the making

Knocking on heaven’s door

Yes, a cover of said song. But not at all what you’d expect.