Jay Kay and his gang are finally returning with their contagious sound to Montreux fifteen years after their last concert. Architects of a renovation of funk through large doses of pop melodies, Jamiroquai has produced landmark hits (“Virtual Insanity”, “Cosmic Girl”, “Space Cowboy”, etc.) with an intimidating regularity ever since the massively successful Emergency on Planet Earth. This royal and ecological debut record was boosted by the acid jazz of the 1990s, suckled on the soul of Motown, and drew its groove from the disco of the 1970s. The British artists are now supporting Automaton, an eighth futuristic album for which Jay Kay, always hopping, appears on stage in a hi-tech headpiece and princely tracksuit. Just the thing to question the present while celebrating the 1990s in a trance.