This is the first album by Las Aves, released on the label Cinq7.
To quote their biography:
The album opens its metallic doors on the haunting “Leo”, a veritable hybrid and catchy fury, mixing electric minimalism and pure emotion. Then comes “Die In Shanghai”, eponymous rant which advocates the need to take one's freedom against all odds, even if as the singer claims in a “N.E.M. With hip-hop overtones, the personality can be twofold, and the shadow of oneself cast in a cryptic nickname. Source