|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Je Veux Te Voir||4||Audio||2006-09-11|
|4||A Cause Des Garçons||3||Audio||2007||Source Etc|
|6||A Cause Des Garçons (TEPR Remix Edit)||4||Audio||2008-01-14||Source Etc|
|7||Ce Jeu||5||Audio||2009||Source Etc|
|8||A Cause Des Garçons (Tepr Remix)||3||Audio||2007||Source Etc|
|10||La Musique||5||Audio||2010-10-05||Kitsuné Music|
|11||La Musique||4||Audio||2010-10-00||Kitsuné Music|
|12||Safari Disco Club||11||Audio||2011-03-14|
|13||Safari Disco Club||11||Audio||2011-03-14||V2 Records International|
|14||Safari Disco Club||2||Audio||2011||Cooperative Music|
|15||Safari Disco Club||11||Audio||2011-03-29||V2 Records|
|17||Cooler Couleur||3||Audio||2010||Recreation Center|
|18||Safari Disco Club (Remixes)||6||Audio||2011||Downtown Music|
|19||Comme Un Enfant||2||Audio||2011-11-11||Recreation Center|
|20||Comme Un Enfant (Remixes)||4||Audio||2011-11-11||Recreation Center|
|21||Comme Un Enfant||6||Audio||2011||Recreation Center|
|22||The Contest Pack||6||Audio||2012-02-00||Recreation Center|
|23||Safari Disco Club (Remixes)||9||Audio||2011|
|24||Que Veux Tu||4||Audio||2011||Cooperative Music|
|27||L'Amour Parfait||5||Audio||2013-02-11||Kitsuné Music|
|28||L'amour parfait (Remixes)||5||Audio||2013-02-12||Recreation Center|
|29||Safari Disco Club||11||Audio||2011||V2 Records|
|30||Que Veux-Tu (Remixes)||7||Audio||2011-07-03||Cooperative Music|
|32||Complètement Fou||13||Audio||2014-09-29||Because Music|
French band founded in 2005 by lead singer and namesake Yelle ([a=Julie Budet]) and GrandMarnier ([a=Jean-François Perrier]). The name of the band is an acronym for "You Enjoy Life" (“Yel”), but was later feminised to "Yelle" because a Belgian band was already using the former.
They rose to fame on MySpace with a song called "Short Dick Cuizi" (later renamed as "Je Veux Te Voir") in which they diss [a=Cuizinier] ([a=TTC]) in a humorous way. This song caught the attention of the label [l=Source Etc], which signed a record deal for their first album, Pop Up. At this point, French DJ [a=Tepr] joined the band and produced a very succesful remix of their song À Cause Des Garçons, making it an instant hit and one of the main representations of the Tecktonik style.
After a long world tour and a few collaborations (highlighting the succesful Parle À Ma Main with [a=Fatal Bazooka]), they released their second album (Safari Disco Club) in 2011, which didn't achieve the sales success of its predecessor but also had a huge world tour and made Yelle the opening band for [a=Katy Perry]'s UK tour.
After that, Tepr left the group to focus on his solo career, but [a=Dr. Luke] (who had discovered them in 2009 with their remix of Katy's Hot N Cold) contacted them and they started working together on their third studio album, Complètement Fou, released on September 2014.