The French singer shared a video in which metro riders ignore her, as she waits in front of a poster promoting her new album.
“Metro-boulot-disco incognito”. Full of self-mockery, Juliette Armanet tried a little experiment in the corridors of the Paris metro. The singer stood in front of a giant poster, promoting her new album, Burn the fire.
“Good evening! New album! Do not hesitate!”, She launches with humor to users crossing her path, in a video shared on her social networks. Despite his enthusiasm (and success), the operation seems to have been ineffective: no one stops or responds.
More than four years after the resounding success of his debut album, Girlfriend, the singer reinvests the shelves of record stores with Burn the fire: a second record that she wanted “solar, luminous”, to “make you want to dance”, as she confided to BFMTV.