Playground's comeback with new single "Livin' on a weak end".


PlayGround's first album What's your game(Catalogue Records/Wagram) was recorded by Daniel Presley in Paris (The Breeders) and produced/mixed in London by Dimitri Tikovoi (Placebo). It was released in France in October 2004. It got acclaimed by national press mostly thanks to the dancefloor/rock hit 1994. The band went on touring nationwide and scored multiple important event such as the Inrockuptible Tour 2004, Midem 2005 (Live upstairs in partnership with Sonicbids), and the What's your Game Tour 2005. Furthermore, PlayGround opened for bands such as The Datsuns, The Rasmus, Morphine, Him. On the international scene, they performed at the CMJ Festival 2004 in NYC, and toured in the UK, including with Allan Mc Gee at his Death Disco Mayhem party. PlayGround's second album is currently being mixed in Paris and London. Dino Trifunovic (composer/guitar) and Firouz Farman (vocals/lyrics), composers and founders of the band broadened their influences, inviting the 80s & Electronica into their Classic Rock sound.


- Hurt (2003)
- 1994 (2004)
- What's your game (2004)