The project Roosevelt was born in 2012 with the desire to take a risk and go further artistically, usually defined as “techno-meets-indie-rock”. Marius Lauber’s talent has made this meeting something magical - the alternative rock form his origins now seemed to perfectly marry the synthesisers he has learned to master over the years. The first big hit from this project was “Sea”, the single released by Greco-Roman (Hot Chip’s Joe Goddard’s label). His first EP, “Elliot”, was released right after in 2013. The song that titled this first collection of four songs showed us a dance music crusader in love with rock (and vice-versa). As the name Roosevelt became more and more widely spoken, Lauber continued to work and his first self-titled album saw the light of day in 2016 and contributed to the musician’s growing success, guaranteeing sold-out shows and invitations to be in the best festivals of the world. In the middle of all that, he still found time to dedicate himself to some remixes of artists like CHVRCHES, Rhye or Glass Animals. In 2018, he decided to make some new music, testing new territories. “Young Romance”, released in 2018, puts Roosevelt on the road to a pop alchemy that has already challenged so many other names in pop music’s history. His influences are wide, from Pet Shop.