In 2007 he set out to make pure indie pop based on piano rather than guitar, an instrument that accompanied him for the most part of his career as the co-leader and guitarist of indie rock band Serpentine. (2000-2007).
His debut album, “Fiction”, was released in 2009 and was inspired by the atmospheric 60s French films, the whimsical fairytales of Tim Burton and his own story of youthful joie de vivre.
Lumiere Brother’s music is an invitation to a cinematic journey with the listener as the protagonist. His most characteristic influences include the vocal harmonies of the Beatles, the classic pop of ELO, the adventurous lives of Oscar Wilde and Antoine De Saint-Exypery and the fragile piano sounds of Satie and Debussy.
His second album, entitled “Twenty One”, was released from Inner Ear in the spring of 2013. At the same time the solo project Lumiere Brother was transformed into a full band with core members: Giannis Matsoukas on drums, Ermania Falliera on keyboards/vocals and Xenofondas Sakellariou on bass.