Put the voice at the heart of a case made of strings, those of the piano and the cello. A volcanic chamber jazz in the image of a woman with an unclassifiable vocal cord. Vibrating with sincerity, she rubs the bows of her emotions against the sensitive chords of an audience that brings out the tear in the eye and the laughter in the lips, the time of a song. To write them, Lou Tavano isolated herself for several months in Scotland with her Franco-British alter ego Alexey Asantcheeff. There she discovered a mirror nature of hers, as unstable as Lou is emotionally. This album became the storytelling of this interior landscape, its "Uncertain Weather".