"Catchy melodies, thunderous riffs, Double Date with Death is influenced mainly by punk and the Californian garage of its contemporaries. DDWD deploys its ardor live in its own way with its old school impulses. The quartet opens towards a less raw sound. by trying to reinvent itself with L'Au-Beyond, a brand new album entirely in French.
Recorded at Pantoum, this new opus marks a real change in the history of the group. The designer Elzo Durt is the brains behind the visuals that served to mark the universe around this idea of "" the beyond "", central theme of the album. The quartet starts off with a bang, chaining the tracks to biting guitars and the suite is stuffed with layers of synthesizers, a landing strip for the wild energy of the first songs. The trip ends on more psychedelic pop notes and the choruses grab head-on. Holding the helm of recording, directing and mixing, Guillaume Chiasson (Punctuation, Bon Enfant, Jesuslesfilles) added his creative touch to the album, while retaining the essence of the group."