Thousand

Thousand is the project of French songwriter Stéphane Milochevitch. He spent his teenage years in Texas, where he developed his musical and cultural identity. He started the drums at age 7, picking up many other instruments on the way according to his musical needs, to fill the four tracks of his cassette home recorder.

His debut album, 12 raw acoustic folk songs (Arbouse recordings, 2008) revealed a genuine and straightforward artist, and received acclaim from critics and fellow musicians. Despite a lack of promotion, the press praised the album and American songwriter Josh T. Pearson covered and recorded one of his songs.

While Stéphane Milochevitch is also involved in arts (drawings, album cover designs, band posters and shirts...), music remains his prime means of expression.