Coeur de pirate has hinted that a new album is on the way, backing up that claim with a video for her brand new single "Prémonition."
Details on the upcoming full-length are scarce, but it is expected to arrive this spring. It will mark the follow-up to 2015's Roses.
And although not much else is known about the record yet, Couer de pirate has fered up a glimpse at her latest material with "Prémonition."
"It's a song about the cycle toxic relationships," she said in a statement. "The mistakes we regret in our relationships, we always repeat them. Why do people who make each other unhappy stay together? My conclusion is that there is comfort in that. We return to what we know."
That sentiment translates into a song that's as danceable as it is sad, and it was recorded with the help producer Tristan Salvati.
The track has also been treated to a music video, courtesy director Neels Castillon. Inspired by the films Yorgos Lanthimos (The Lobster, The Killing a Sacred Deer), the choreography Pina Bausch and the brutalist architectural design Le Corbusier, the clip captures a pair ill-suited lovers who are unable to give each other up.
While we wait for more details about the upcoming Coeur de pirate record, watch the video for "Prémonition" below.