French song to be revealed tomorrow

French song to be revealed tomorrow
Amandine Bourgeois will sing L'Enfer Et Moi for France. (Photo: Seb K)
Paris, France -

The song which will represent France in the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest to be performed by Amandine Bourgeois is about to be released. L'Enfer Et Moi, will be unveiled to the general public tomorrow, Wednesday 13th of March, on the online music platform Spotify.

The French broadcaster, France 3, and the record company of the performer Amandine Bourgeois, Warner Music France, have decided to preview the entry for France L'Enfer Et Moi (Hell And Me) via two channels.

Tomorrow the online music platform Spotify at 10:00 CET will launch the song to the public for the first time. On Thursday at 9:00 CET the video for the song will be published on the site of French tv. Later that day Amandine Bourgeois will also perform her song in the show C à vous at 19:00 on France 5 and the 24th of March in Chabada on France 3.

The clip directed by Seb K shows a baroque universe in which Amandine is unveiled as a sensual and captivating artist. The song L'Enfer Et Moi is written by Boris Bergman and David Salkin.

Amandine Bourgeois

Born in Angoulême on the 12th of June 1979, Amandine won the sixth edition of Nouvelle Star back in 2008 and released two albums with Sony Music since then. The latest in March 2012 entitled Sans Amour, Mon Amour and her debut 20m² in 2009.

She feels that her participation in the Eurovision Song Contest will be the perfect opportunity to promote her new work. Amandine's music mixes a lot of influences, from English pop to soul and rock with a Motown sound.

For her latest album Amandine Bourgeois focused on a key issue: to ensure that the songs kept it simple, with a melody and meaningful words. She partly recorded it in the Yellow Fish and Abbey Road studios in the UK.

France has won the Eurovision Song Contest on five occasions and was represented by Anggun last year with Echo (You And I) in the Final in Baku.


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