Annie Hart est connue comme une des membres de Au Revoir Simone. Avec les huit titres de son premier Ep « Impossible Accomplice » (sorti le 28 juillet 2017), elle se révèle comme artiste et productrice à part entière.  Quand elle avait du temps pour elle Annie composait des chansons pop sur ses synthés au sous-sol de sa maison à Brooklyn, toujours influencée par les sons de synthétiseur de Laurie Spiegel et la sensibilité post-punk de Tubeway Army.


Annie Hart is best known as one-third of Au Revoir Simone, the beloved all-female synth trio that counts David Lynch as a superfan. But with the eight tracks on her solo debut, « Impossible Accomplice » (Uninhabitable Mansions, July 28), Annie will emerge as an electrifying artist and producer in her own right.

During the band’s hiatus, she has been crafting pop songs on classic synthesizers, with a less-is-more approach, writing and engineering the record on her own in the basement of her Brooklyn home, sneaking sessions in while her children were sleeping. Greatly influenced by the spare synthesizer sounds of Laurie Spiegel and the post-punk sensibility of artists like Tubeway Army, Annie has embraced her love of meticulously crafting the perfect tone to match the emotion of a song. « Be it melancholy, longing, happiness or simple desire, there is no better way to explain my innermost world than by going past words and into the intuitive and visceral feeling that a particular sound can evoke.”

In songs such as the first single, « Hard To Be Still » (featured on an upcoming episode of Netflix series, Gypsy, starring Naomi Watts), Annie cuts back the layers to reveal a rawer version of the dreamy synth pop her band was famous for forging. Solo, Annie has opened for artists such as M. Ward and Neko Case, and will be playing a handful of shows this summer in support of the new record.