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Niki Demiller is a 35-year-old film composer and singer living in Paris. Inspired by François de Roubaix, he blends orchestral, punk, and electronic elements. Beginning his career as a teenager, he was the lead singer of the garage rock band Brats, opening for Iggy & The Stooges at the Zénith de Paris in 2007.


He showcased his music in Yann Gonzalez’s second film, “Je Vous Hais Petites Filles,” selected at the Directors’ Fortnight of the Cannes Film Festival. Transitioning from electric guitar to orchestrator’s batons, akin to a modern-day Brian Eno, he explores new musical horizons. In 2023, Demiller composed for the musicals “Youssou et Malek” by Simon Frenay, “Langue Maternelle” by Mariame N’Diaye, “S.O.S.” by Sarah Hafner, and “Un Monde Sans Crise” by Ted Hardy-Carnac.


Niki Demiller is part of the Cultural Olympiads for the 2024 Olympic Games.

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