Lewis OfMan releases Sonic Poems



The eclectic Frenchman explores Italo-disco and melancholia ahead of European tour

Lewis OfMan – Sonic Poems

Lewis Ofman unveils his first full-length album, Sonic Poems, a collection of musical vignettes that traverse the dreamy, complex emotions of the buzzworthy 24-year-old.

With a palette of jet-setting ‘70s disco, luminous French touch, and grimy indie sleaze, Lewis Ofman paints a portrait of a young man exploring life one night out at a time. Playful lead singles “Too Much Text,” “Boom Boom,” and lead single “Misbehave (feat. Coco and Clair)” offset moodier tracks like the romantic city pop-influenced “Regarde moi” or the brooding mid-tempo closer “I’d be the one To Forget How Much I Care For My Love.” Sonic Poems is out now, on all streaming platforms.

From his first forays into the musical composition on Garageband aged 11, Lewis OfMan has always been drawn to party music, the kind that resounds in the distance when the sun is only just starting to sink. The singer, songwriter, musician, and producer has since enjoyed a rapid rise through the ranks, bursting onto the French electronic scene with well-received debut EP ‘Yo Bene’, and following it up with acclaimed singles such as ‘Attitude’ and ‘Fiesta’.

Singled out as ‘one to watch’ by musical tastemakers and the fashion world alike, Lewis has collaborated with brands such as Gucci, Nike, Diptyque, Kitsuné, and J Weston, and DJ’d for APC and Colette. His music has accumulated upwards of 80 million global streams across all platforms.

Following a string of successful singles, Sonic Poems firmly plants Lewis Ofman on the map as an international tastemaking artist to watch.

Sonic Poems tracklist:
Such A Good Day
Midnight Sex
Misbehave ft Coco & Clair
Too Much Text
Toxic Night
Regarde moi
Love Parade
Sorry Not Sorry
La Banistas
Dancy Girl
Boom Boom
Fuck You
I’d be the one To Forget How Much I Care For My Love