Luxembourg: Lara Fabian is getting ready for the release of Camouflage

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Popular Canadian-Belgian artist Lara Fabian, who represented Luxembourg at the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest, will release her latest album Camouflage on 6 October 2017.

Camouflage by Lara Fabian was made with the help of a Swedish-American production team in Stockholm, Los Angeles and Brussels. The album will feature 12 titles, including the singles Growing wings and Choose what you love most (let it kill you), which were already released.

Musically, Lara Fabian’s characteristic vocals will be combined with electropop and orchestral sounds. In anticipation of the album, snippets of all the songs will be released on a daily basis, as Lara Fabian recently revealed on her official Facebook page:

From tomorrow on, I will present you here every day an extract from a new song of "Camouflage", leading up to the release date, October 6th…. D-11

Опубліковано Lara Fabian 25 вересня 2017 р.

In addition to the new album, the singer will also embark on the Camouflage World Tour, starting in February 2018. For all information about tour dates, venues and ticket prices, please visit Lara Fabian’s official website, or consult her Facebook page.

Enjoy the official video’s for Growing wings and Choose what you love most (let it kill you):

About Lara Fabian

Lara Fabian (born Lara Sophie Katy Crokaert in Etterbeek, Flanders, Belgium, 1970, to a Flemish-Belgian father and a Sicilian mother) is the best-selling Belgian female artist of all time, selling over 13 million records worldwide, and releasing numerous albums and singles.

With her characteristic and powerful voice, reaching three octaves, Lara Fabian began her successful career in the 1980’s, winning various music competitions and prizes, and getting recognized for her vocal talents.

In 1988, at the age of 18, Lara Fabian had her international breakthrough when broadcaster RTL TV from Luxembourg selected her to represent the country at the Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin, Ireland. With her French entry Croire (“Believe” or “Trust”), composed and written by Jacques Cardona and Alain Garcia, Lara Fabian reached an honourable 4th place, earning 90 points. Croire became a huge hit across Europe, marking the start of Lara Fabian’s successful career.

Lara Fabian is also very popular in Canada, and has held the Canadian citizenship since 1996.

Enjoy Lara Fabian performing Croire during Eurovision 1988:

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