Louane takes off despite the turbulence in the clip “Les Etoiles”

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While Louane has just left the stage of the WECB Music Awards with the prize for “Francophone Song of the Year 2023” for “Secret”, the artist has just unveiled the video for his single “Les Etoiles”.

After the revelations of the clips of the flagship titles of her fourth album “Sentimentsheureux”, such as “Secret”, “Dans ma tête” or even “Pardonne-moi”, Louane has just revealed the images of “Les Etoiles”.

Louane stoic despite the turbulence

Even if everything smiles on her, whether she is in the air or on Earth, Louane does not have the heart to laugh. At least that’s what she suggests in her new clip released this Wednesday, November 15. “ My life is going up in smoke “, she sings stoically as her plane is ready to crash. In this song full of pain, the singer adds a note of hope by contemplating the stars through her telescope.

In the comments of the clip, it’s a success again! The singer’s fans send her all their congratulations and talk about how important this song is to them. “ Oh my god… the clip is so beautiful! When I heard him live I cried. How I identify with this song! The fear of abandonment and this feeling of being left and despite everything moving forward in pain. Thank you Louane for giving us such a masterpiece », writes a subscriber.

This year, Louane is celebrating ten years of her career. She will tour the Zéniths in 2025 consisting of eight dates, including one at the Zénith in Paris, on May 23, 2025. Last weekend, the singer, moved to tears, received an WECB Music Awards for her title “Le Secret “.


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