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|New video, Juste Mon Homme|
|15-11-2010 20:37 | 1 comment(s)|
| Lucie Bernardoni, Star Academy fourth season runner-up, whose first album will come out in February 2011, reveals a hot video for her new single "Juste Mon Homme". She appears naked, from head to toe : discover it !
6 years after she had been "Star Academy" fourth season runner-up, won by Grégory Lemarchal, Lucie Bernardoni, 23 years old, will release her first album Mélancosmiaque in February 2011. The album has been produced by 602 people from the label Akamusic & here's the second single, the jazzy "Juste Mon Homme", with a beautiful video, in which the singer is completely naked (censored on YouTube)... "Don't look for this word in the dictionary, it doesn't exist. With years of reflexion, laziness & writing, I built a house with sounds & words, innocence & conscience, dreams & reality, small pieces of paper, piano notes, violent or sweet, brass, small rain with guitars & strings, with my voice over them. Mélancosmiaque is an imaginary country with demons & wonders, retro & new, ballads & jazzy runnings. A start of life that has things to say" Lucie Bernardoni said.
Watch the video for "Juste Mon Homme" here.
Mélancosmiaque will include songs composed by her boyfriend & the father of her daughter Lily Angelina, Pedro Alves. The first single, aired on radios, is "Il Faut D'Tout Pour Faire Un Monde". Listening to this song, fresh & full of humour, reminds us of Nolwenn Leroy's single "Faut-Il Faut-Il Pas ?".
Lucie Bernardoni is a French singer, born on February 4, 1987 in Nice, of Italian origin. After she had been "Star Academy" fourth season runner-up, she released 3 singles : "Je Suis Mes Pas", "Apprends-Nous À Rêver" (N°18 in 2005) & "Petit Rat, Petit Loup" with Mathieu Johann (N°37 in 2005). In 2007, she played Mathilde Verlaine in Richard Charest & Arnaud Kerane's musical "Rimbaud", with Jonatan Cerrada & Pablo Villafranca. In 2009, she performed the theme song of TF1's series "Seconde Chance".
To know more about it, visit akamusic.com or her official MySpace.