French first lady's new album goes online
Fans of Carla Bruni will be able to enjoy her new album "Comme si de rien n'etait" (Simply) online for two free hours from Wednesday to 21 July.9 July 2008
PARIS - Carla Bruni's fans will be able to get a preview of the French first lady's new album starting on Wednesday when her record label puts all 14 tracks on line.
Bruni's website will offer two free hours to fans who want to listen to "Comme si de rien n'etait" (Simply), Bruni's third album which hits music stores in France and elsewhere in Europe on Friday.
Record label Naive said in a press release Tuesday that "all cybersurfers will have a two-hour credit to listen to all of the songs on the album" from Wednesday to 21 July.
The 40-year-old wife of President Nicolas Sarkozy wrote the lyrics to 11 of the 14 songs including "Tu es ma came," a love song that draws a tongue-and-cheek parallel with drug addiction.
Bruni is not planning to go on tour to promote the album, but a few choice interviews are scheduled including one on prime-time television Friday evening.
[APF / ANP / Expatica]