both London and Paris while backed with an orchestra.
But one interesting development is the appearance in his live shows of two new numbers, Volcano and Go, and decent video of the track Volcano has emerged from his Paris show at the Zénith arena on November the fifth.
It's as epic a track as you might hope for, with martial techno beats interwoven with an almost classical soundscape.
Strange that I should feature Laibach on the blog last week as this track certainly puts me in mind of the Slovenian band's musical vision.
Woodkid's debut album The Golden Age was released earlier this year, and after his current sat of dates end in December, he's back on the road in France and Germany from February next year with the first show at the Zénith in Paris on February 7.
Whether there will actually be a follow-up to the Golden Age remains uncertain as Yoann Lemoine has said that he doesn't see his Woodkid project continuing beyond 2015. Already an established music video director, he has spoken about his desire to direct films.
However, the strength of the new material suggests that, at least for now, Woodkid is very much alive and well.