Amir Haddad has launched a brand new album ahead of his participation in next week’s Eurovision Song Contest.
The album is called Au cœur de moi and features twelve original compositions, including Oasis, the single he released last summer, and J’ai cherché, the song with which he will represent France at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.
It also features collaborations with writers and producers such as the Skydancers, Les Bionix, Kyo and John Mamann.
Last week, the singer promoted the album, and spoke about his journey to Eurovision on the French TV show, Toute une histoire. Those who missed it, can catch up with it below.
Au cœur de moi is Amir’s second album and follows nine years after his first. Released in 2007, the album Vayehi came on the back of his participation in the Israeli talent show, Kokhav Nolad and included a Hebrew language version of the famous Patrick Bruel song, J’te l’dis quand meme.
Amir is one of the favourites to win this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Audiences will have the chance to see his stage performance of J’ai cherché during the competition’s first semi-final on Tuesday ahead of the grand final on Saturday 14 May.