Ysee delivers a pulsing slice of RnB on new single ‘Qu Est Ce Que Je Dois Faire’

Having spent the last year touring and performing with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, on which she appears on the singles ‘Be Careful What You Wish For’ and ‘Fort Knox’, as well as their latest releases ‘This Is The Place’ and ‘Black Star Dancing’, French singer, actress and author Ysee now delivers her debut single as she now offers up her latest RnB stomper ‘Qu Est Ce Que Je Dois Faire’. Listen here

With its bold and euphoric electronic production, provided by Foster The People’s Isom Innis and Sean Cimino, ‘Qu Est Ce Que Je Dois Faire’ sees the singer breathe a wealth of new life into her latest single. With pulsing percussion and atmospheric synths all wrapped up in her exquisite vocal melodies, which she delivers in both English and French, she returns as bold and vibrant as ever, channelling the likes of The Weeknd as she goes.

Speaking about her new offering, she said, “This song is all about “rebirth”. After a health issue last winter, I have been obliged to stop everything for a little while, which was very hard. The idea for that song was the first I had written in a while and that gave me the strength and energy to heal faster.  When I travel for my first show of this year, which was Coachella, I met LA producers Isom Innis and Sean Cimino during the week and made this song. It was an absolutely great vibe in their studio, fluid and easy jamming together. We decided to release it and here we are now.”

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