You know, we write these posts of English-language QWERTY keyboards. There's no œ key. It takes some effort for us to CONTINUALLY write about Cœur de Pirate.
And yet, here we are. Writing about Cœur de Pirate again.
Ms. de Pirate (You know I know her real name, people. Issa joke) has released eight album. Seven of them are really really good, and a couple of them are among my personal favorites of all time. The eighth is her sophomore album, Blonde.
But, to be fair, I didn't love all of the other seven right away (Roses and Perséides, absolutely I did from first listen), and that's what's happening with Blonde as well. It's growing on me. It's songs like this one - a clever pop song with a double bassline and a wicked video with a Bewitched theme (Cœur de Pirate as Serena) - that are selling me on this album.
If you don't know French, you don't know that this is a sad breakup song - and a raw one at that, early in the process, when you don't want to see the person. On her native instrument, the piano, Cœur de Pirate really drives the true underlying sadness of the song home.
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