Louisa Baileche, who represented France in Riga in 2003 with Monts et merveilles, is making a comeback with a new music project. The singer will be releasing the album Terra Mia, paying tribute to her Italian heritage, on 2 November.
Since her Eurovision experience, Louisa Baileche has been involved in quite a lot of very different music projects, exploring every aspects of her passion. Her latest work, Terra Mia, is the result of a cooperation with French composer Laurent Roussel. The new album is made of 14 tracks sung in Italian, expressing Louisa’s roots coming from her mother’s side.
The album will be released on 2 November after a successful crowdfunding campaign on the Internet. A first extract can be heard from now on. Guaglione is a cover of a popular Neapolitan song made famous internationally by major artists such as Perez Prado (Guaglione), Dean Martin (The man who plays the mandolino) or Dalida (Bambino).