Bohème is “Life as Poetry” Bohème is “History as Identity” Bohème is “Art as Expression of Beauty” Bohème is “Music as the Language of the Unconscious
Taking their name from H. Murger's novel "Scenes de la vie de Boheme" that inspired Puccini's opera "La Boheme", London's electro-alt-progressive duo Boheme features singer/producer Antonio Bohème and guitarist Alexander Nanasi.
They emerged in the London's live scene by playing in a variety of prestigious venues such as Proud Camden, Troubadour, Punk, The Last Days of Decadence just to name a few, to rave reviews. Their live efforts got them through to the final of 2012's The Next Big Thing and helped them to establish a solid fanbase.
Drawing inspiration from the likes of Radiohead, Daft Punk, Jeff Buckley and Queen they composed and produced what they define as the "MoMo" (Morricone/Moroder) influenced EP “Modern Age Prophets” due in March 2014.
Bohème's evocative songwriting generates from the ashes of Symbolist Poetry, Pastiche Electro-Pop and Art Progressive Rock. Their music, permeated with decadent and exotic visions, is a journey through multitudes of musical languages and soundscapes.