Super Plage evokes the sound of summer with his latest track "Forêt Magique".

Super Plage, the electro-pop project of French Canadian artist Jules Henry, shares his new single “Forêt Magique” alongside a psychedelic music video.


Super Plage has gained recognition for his earworm electronic tracks and has been prolific since releasing music, having put out three albums in two years and amassing over 700 million streams across all platforms. As well as this, the artist released his 21 track compilation titled ‘REMIXTAPE’ that featured fellow Quebec musicians such as Safia Nolin, Calamine and Les Shirley. With another album rumoured to be in the works, Super Plage shows no signs of slowing down.


His latest track bubbles with an easy-going effervescence whilst still drawing its listeners to the dancefloor. The whacky music video echoes the vibe of the track, which sees Super Plage surrounded by light-up mushrooms and sunflowers (as well as an array of masked boppers.)


Speaking on the new track, Super Plage says: ‘This song was inspired by a crazy trip to a festival where the music and the play of lights hidden in the forest completely bewitched us to create a magical moment during these scorching nights. It evokes dance, glitter and love in the river.’

Watch the video for "Forêt Magique" below: