Juniore is a French, indie-pop quartet led by singer-songwriter Anna Jean, the daughter of Nobel laureate J.M.G. Le Clézio. Jean played in the duo Domingo, with Samy Osta, before forming Juniore in 2013. She also collaborated with Bot'Ox on the track "Blue Steel." The group's debut single "Christine" was released in 2013, followed by "La fin du monde" and "Marabout." The debut album Ouh là là was released in 2017 on Le Phonographe, the label that Jean co-founded with Osta. The second album,Un, Deux, Troix, was released in 2020. Some of the quartet's other songs include "À la plage," "Panique," "Tout sinon rien," "Le cannibale" and "Je fais le mort."