Znany z projektu Nôze Francuz ułożył piosenki do sonetów i wierszy m.in. Szekspira i Victora Hugo. Poetycka, momentami biesiadna lounge'owa elektonika. Miejscami popowa, miejscami konserwatywna.
Three years on from the release of his last solo album, Noze co-founder Ezechiel Pailhes returns with an album of impressive cheeriness. While the music is a jaunty blend of bouncy synths, soft focus house grooves, lo-fi jazz drums, ear-catching piano lines and head-nodding hip-hop beats, it's the (mostly French) lyrical content that will raise most eyebrows. Pailhes' singing voice has always been emotive and poetic-sounding, but rarely has he actually used it to deliver lyrics based on actual poems. On "Oh!" he utilizes verses from a wide range of writers and poets, including William Shakespeare, Victor Hugo, Pablo Neruda and Marceline Desbordes-Valmore.