Dazie Mae is a French band created in Paris in the mid 00s. The band started with a cover project of US and UK songs from the late sixties and early seventies, under the name "D15H".
In 2009, their first album "Velvet Dress & Stockings" is released under the independent label Can't Be Serious Records. The single "Sofa" is used by luxury brand Dior for in-door advertising, by American stylist Andrew Christian, as well as by Swedish movie director Erika Lust for her movie "Cabaret Desire", and by Arte/RTBF-produced documentary "The Kangaroo Complex".
In 2012 and 2013, the song "Sad, Depressed & Lonely" from the album "Songs Matured in Oak" is one of French national radio FIP's selections. "Time with my lover", from the same album, appears in director Malik Barnhardt's movie "C'est la vie" (2014).
Their 4th LP, "Froth on a daydream" (2015), is freely inspired by Boris Vian's cult novel "L'Ecume des jours".