The 'French electro-pop guys'have made it good on a contemporary foray into the 'Themed Album' a la prog/avant garde of the late 60's/early 70's.
It tells, as if you didn't guess, of the Jules Verne story and subsequent early film by G. Melies, taking us on an aural journey to the moon and what was found (and lost) when 'man' arrived. - So something to turn on and become absorbed in.
There is definitely no particular single going to come out of this album IMHO, but then the whole is what works. And it certainly does. If one listens closely, there is a hint of Vangelis in there amongst others, which I find an intelligently amusing nod of respect rather than a rip-off. It makes me want to find the film and play the music along to it, but then Air have probably done this already as an accompanying video....
You don't need to like Air's previous albums, some of which, I don't, or electro pop, as it is neither. But if you can 'open your ears', you may well enjoy it.