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JUSBOX - Micro Love Eau de Parfum

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CRISP WATER

Genre: Rock

“WHAT DO YOU WANT”? This writing appears in block capitals on the enormous video walls of U2's ZOO TV stage, opening the way to a new dimension where time and space are pure energy. Everything is possible now. The world is connected.

Perfumer: Antoine Lie. 

Fragrance Notes: Ozonic accord, Crispy Apple, Neroli, Cinnamon, Violet, Clary Sage, White Cedarwood, Suede & Ambergris.

Micro Love is an electric, aerial, diffusive scent that evokes the vision of a post-modern stage with spires resembling radio-aerials. It is with this explosive skyline that the Irish band U2, during its ZOO TV tour, opens the curtains on the future. One of the most groundbreaking music events in Rock history, which marks a radical change in form and discloses a message on the persuasive nature of technology that is able to elicit emotions through binary codes and microchips. Master perfumer Dominique Ropion celebrates this emotional connection through an accord, where pure shades of White Cedar Wood and Ambergris are animated by the emotional surge of crispy apple, ozonic accord and suede. Master Ropion, through the aesthetic canons of high perfumery, performs a pure, modern and contemporary scent.

Unforgettable Moments: 

ZOO TV Tour. “Fatal flaw”where everything is transformed. WHAT DO YOU WANT? IT IS VERY SIMPLE. EVERYTHING YOU KNOW IS WRONG. Alternating messages on a complex high-tech system, a chaotic channel hopping of writing and images. Is “The Fly”, U2 frontman Bono Vox’s alter ego, to give start to a new vision of rock?Everything is incredibly hands-on.
In Zoo TV Tour, U2 sacralises the alliance of machines and humans, through an artistic, post-modern installation that reflects the crippling cacophony of a wired era through a massive mosaic of TV screens mixing war scenes with old sitcoms, cooking shows with sports shows, electronic sounds breaking into Ode To Joy, a mixture of serious and humorous expression of the contemporary reality. An emotional overload, unveiling both the bright and dark sides of technology.