Fresh off of releasing her beautiful Tropicalia-inspired, Portugeuse language Coração Louco EP just a few weeks back, Laure Briard returns with an exquisite new track from her forthcoming full-length Un peu d’amour plus s’il vous plait, due in early 2019. "Marin Solitaire" ("solitary sailor"), which was inspired by an interview with "high seas navigator Francois Gabard about the loneliness of a man stocked in the middle of an infinite ocean" and might just be her best track yet, finds Briard back singing in her native French, and sounding like some magical union between Stereolab and Françoise Hardy. Listen below, via director Marjorie Calle's surreal visuals:

Laure Briard's third LP Un peu d’amour plus s’il vous plait, produced by Jake Aron (Solange, Snail Mail, Grizzly Bear), is coming next year on Paris' Midnight Special Records.