Only a few months after releasing her sixth album, Natasha St-Pier has announced the release of her new album called Thérèse / Vivre d’amour next month in France. She decided with French singer songwriter Grégoire to create a concept album, indeed, the lyrics are actually religious poems written in the 19th century by Thérèse de Lisieux .
This new project, which includes a lot of different features, is to mark the 140th anniversary of her birth. And what makes this album even more interesting for us, Eurovision fans, is that she collaborated with last year French hopeful, Anggun on the lead single called Vivre d’amour, which has been sent to radio stations in France.
You can listen to a snippet of the song here:
Natasha St-Pier new album Thérèse / Vivre d’amour is set for release on 22 April in France.
Natasha St-Pier represented France at the 46th Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen and finished fourth with 142 points, which is still as of today the latest best ranking for France in the competition. She sang the song in French and English Je n’ai que mon âme. Natasha has since enjoyed a successful career in French speaking countries.
Anggun participated last year and reached the 22nd spot with the song Echo (You and I). Anggun is currently a jury on X factor Indonesia which has had a massive following.