Fréro Delavega is a French musical duo made up of Jérémy Frérot and Florian Delavega.
Frérot and Delavega took part in Season 3 of the French musical competition series The Voice: la plus belle voix.
The Voice: la plus belle voix
Fréro Delavega participated in the blind auditions with a rendition of "Caroline" from MC Solaar broadcast on 1 February 2014 on TF1 with only judge Mika turning his chair. The remaining judges Florent Pagny, Jenifer and Garou refrained.
By default, Fréro Delavega were chosen to be part of Team Mika, progressing reaching the quarter-finals on 26 April 2014, before being eliminated.
Audition (1 February 2013): "Caroline" from MC Solaar (only one judge Mika turned chair, in Team Mika by default)
Musical Battle Round (15 March 2014): "Il y a" from Vanessa Paradis (Kept by coach, Quentin eliminated)
L'épreuve ultime Round (29 March 2014): "P.I.M.P." from 50 Cent (Saved by coach alongside Kendji Girac. Cloé eliminated)
Prime 2 Live (12 April 2014): "Sympathique (je ne veux pas travailler)" from Pink Martini (Élodie Martelet saved by public vote, with Fréro Delavega saved by coach and Marina D'Amico eliminated)
Prime 3 Live (19 April 2013): "Let Her Go" from Passenger (Saved by public vote alongside Kendji Girac, Élodie Martelet saved by coach, Caroline Savoie eliminated)
Prime 4 – Quarter-finals (26 April 2014): "Je m'voyais déjà" from Charles Aznavour (Eliminated)
After The Voice
Fréro Delavega enjoyed popularity after participating in The Voice, with their official debut single "Sweet Darling" becoming a Top 20 hit in France. Their self-titled debut album Fréro Delavega premiered at number one on SNEP, the official French Albums Chart.