Amandine Bourgeois, the 2013 French Eurovision representative, who had been rather discreet on the social media since the confirmation of her being selected for Malmö, stated late last night on her Twitter and Facebook accounts that she was currently working very hard on her entry.
The young singer wished to inform all her fans and followers that she was working very hard and currently recording in studio her track L’enfer et moi. Penned by David Salkin and Boris Bergman, who worked with some of the best French and international artists, the song is almost fully recorded. Amandine declared being absolutely in love with it and is very eager to present it to the French very soon and later on to the European viewers.
Amandine Bourgeois is also busy with the promotion of the album Génération Goldman, a music project made of covers of famous songs originally performed by the very popular French singer and songwriter Jean-Jacques Goldman, which is currently #1 in the French music charts and reached Diamond status for more than 500,000 copies sold in a few weeks only. Together with singers from the new generation including the 2011 French Eurovision entrant Amaury Vassili, Amandine Bourgeois has been regularly appearing on TV lately to sing and promote the album (listen to another snippet here).
A few days ago, Amandine also appeared on French international channel TV5 on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the music show Acoustic. Together with two of the coaches of the popular TV talent show The Voice in France, Garou and Louis Bertignac, as well as the singer Paul Personne, she covered a famous blues track originally performed by France’s national rocker Johnny Hallyday entitled Toute la musique que j’aime.
Last but not least, Amandine Bourgeois is currently touring with Thomas Dutronc singing as the opening act of the concerts given by the talented guitarist and singer who is the son of Françoise Hardy, the 1963 Monegasque Eurovision entrant.