Song of the Day: “quelque chose” by Carla Bruni

Carla Bruni
Carla Bruni (Photo courtesy Press Here Productions)

Internationally renowned singer-songwriter and fashion icon Carla Bruni returns with the official video for her new single, “quelque chose,” from her forthcoming fall album (Verve Records/Universal Music Group).

“quelque chose” is Carla Bruni’s first original track in seven years and is a subtle, mysterious mix of acoustic guitar, gentle percussions, charming voice and melody. Her stunningly beautiful voice will transport quarantined listeners to a cozy, warm and inviting corner of France.

To accompany the song, Carla releases a captivating video directed by Yann Orhan.

Watch the official music video for “quelque chose” by Carla Bruni on YouTube:

Carla Bruni’s forthcoming album is slated for release this fall, and more details will be announced in the coming weeks. The majority of the project was written by Carla and the album was produced by French artist, Albin de la Simone (Vanessa Paradis, Pomme, Alain Souchon, Pierre Lapointe).

Carla Bruni has been writing and performing music since 1997 and her debut album, Quelqu’un M’a Dit (Someone Told Me) was released in 2002. Her critically acclaimed albums have sold over three million units worldwide, including 2007’s No Promises, which set English poems to music, 2008’s Comme si de rien n’était (As If Nothing Happened), and 2013’s Little French Songs.

Her 2017 album French Touch, produced by legendary musician, producer, and composer David Foster, is a delightful trove of sentimental pop favorites chosen for their personal significance and reimagined in the artist’s intimate and moving acoustic style to inspire “a coup de foundre” — love at first sight. The album earned platinum status abroad and gold in France.

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