French singer-songwriter and fashion icon Francoise Hardy releases Personne d'Autre, her twenty-fourth studio album and first in six years. It features 10 original songs - including one sung in English, "You're My Home" penned by Yael Naim, - a cover of Michel Berger's "Seras-tu là" and an adaption of Finnish band Poet Of The Fall's "Sleep." "For many - very reasonable - reasons, I wasn't planning on making another album," Hardy explains. "Circumstances decided otherwise, starting with me falling in love with a song I heard completely by chance, "Sleep" by Finnish band Poets of the Fall. I played it to Erick Benzi who enjoyed it, then to my surprise sent me several beautiful melodies of his own composition that inspired me to write some lyrics. La Grande Sophie, who knew that I had started writing again, emailed me out of the blue a wonderful song called "Le Large," Pascale Daniel came to me with a haunting melody, then a song by Yael Naim in English which moved me so deeply that it made me cry. The album practically made itself, and all under the talented and benevolent leadership of Erick Benzi, without whom none of this would have been possible."