Le Fil is the cinematic second studio album from French chanteuse Camille, originally released in 2004. Best known outside of France for her vocals on Nouvelle Vague's self-titled 2004 record, she's been hailed as one of the most talented signer/songwriters of her generation, producing many Gold and Platinum albums and winning the Le Prix Constantin (France's equivalent of the Mercury Music Prize). Her crystal clear vocals, by turns childlike, whimsical, quirky and pensive, have already induced comparisons with Bjork but her playful tones are never less than her own. Le Fil ("The Thread") is marked by a universal "tone," a low-level drone that appears in the background of every song, which Camille has described as "her note." Featuring the warm and catchy numbers "La Jeune Fille Aux Cheveux Blancs" and "Ta Douleur." Gatefold LP with accompanying CD.