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|New single, Je Descends Du Singe|
|30-05-2012 12:33 | 0 comment(s)|
| Marc Lavoine is back with his new single "Je Descends Du Singe", the title track of his next album, released in September. The song has been sent to radios & announces the best for the following. Discover it !|
In March, we said that Marc Lavoine's new single would be sent to radios in June. His eleventh studio album will come out on September 10. The artist didn't change his schedule because he just revealed "Je Descends Du Singe", the title track from his album. This is a midtempo song, just like he has offered us for years. In this 4-minute track, guitar & keyboards get together, let's bet the best for the following.
We still don't know which composers or producers worked with Marc Lavoine on his new CD, however in December 2011, he signed a contract with Barclay for 2 albums. The artist was previously signed to Mercury France/Universal, on which he released his previous album Volume 10.
N°1 in September 2009, Volume 10 sold 330,000 copies & included 4 singles : "La Semaine Prochaine", "Reviens Mon Amour", "Rue Des Acacias" & "Demande-Moi". For the album, the quiet singer has been helped by the chic Bertrand Burgalat & also Lulu Gainsbourg, Serge's son, his friend Fabrice Aboulker ("Les 1001 Vies D'Ali Baba") & Christophe Casanave (Najoua Belyzel)...
More recently, Marc Lavoine appeared on the compilation La Bande Des Mots, released on February 6. Poems with music, like Luce who sings Maurice Carême ("Il Pleut Doucement, Ma Mère"), Camélia Jordana with Baudelaire's "Le Spleen" & Jenifer on Paul Éluard's "Je Te L'Ai Dit". Marc Lavoine's song "Le Pont Mirabeau" is based on Guillaume Apollinaire's poem & taken from his album Marc Lavoine (2001).
To know more about Marc Lavoine, check his official site.