A year after the release of Negative Gemini's 2013 debut album, Forget Your Future Lindsey relocated from Richmond, Virginia to Ridgewood, Queens where she promptly started working on her follow up EP, Real Virtual Unison. Upon it's release in 2015, critical response amassed from numerous online media outlets including Gorilla vs Bear, Pigeons and Planes, KEXP and others, even gaining her recognition as one of FACT Magazine's 20 Best Bandcamp Releases of 2015.
Since Real Virtual Unison, Lindsey has released two new singles: "You Never Knew", which was among the Best Songs of 2015 as listed by Gorilla vs Bear and Pigeons and Planes, as well as"Body Work" which was covered by NYLON, The 405, EARMILK, and others. NPR's Otis Hart subsequently added the track to NPR's "Songs We Love" playlist and tweeted that ""Body Work" is 1 of the best things I've heard this year."
In March of 2016, Negative Gemini played alongside Charlie XCX, SOPHIE, Dilly Dally and Teklife at the Hype Machine presented Gorilla vs Bear SXSW showcase, which was covered by Billboardand Getty Images. Shortly thereafter, Lindsey, along with her boyfriend and co-founder of burgeoning Brooklyn based indie label 100% Electronica, George Clanton flew out to Alaska to perform with Bruce Smear (ex-Beach Fossils). In May she performed with Giraffage at Together Boston Festival and was listed among Boston Globe's Artists to Catch. Upon her return to New York, Negative Gemini and 100% Electronica Records did a takeover of Michelle Lhooq's show,THE COMEDOWN on The Lot Radio.
On , Negative Gemini will be releasing her sophomore album Body Work via100% Electronica Records. The album is an intimate journey through Lindsey's transformation from an experimental bedroom pop artist, to one of New York's most promising new talents as a producer and songwriter alike. In the words of Gorilla vs Bear's Chris Cantalini, "French is creating emotional, unmistakably modern electronic pop music that is elevated by a timeless sensibility and uncanny grasp of pop songcraft that seems increasingly rare these days."
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