Marko: You might have noticed that Luxembourg likes to choose songs named by cities, first we had Calvi, last time we almost had a song named Monte Carlo, and this time we're flying to Hiroshima. The song is of course not about the city itself, but rather a metaphor for a toxic relationship, from which she will eventually reborn as ginkgo biloba. Very interesting choice of lyrics combined with a catchy and contemporary sound and simple, but captivating video.
Claire Laffut is a Belgian singer, born June 21, 1994, in Namur. First a model, Laffut came to the attention with the creation of temporary tattoos. She then moved to music with the release of her debut EP Mojo in 2018. Sharpened, groovy, surprising, modern and immediately endearing, her music feeds on emotional impressions, happy accidents, telescoping ideas, sounds, memories. Fruit of a close collaboration with Tristan Salvati, producer and multi-instrumentalist, she has the clarity of pop while venturing on the field of soul, jazz, reggae, bossa nova. She then released the singles "Étrange Mélange" in 2020 and "Hiroshima" in 2021. The latter is taken from her forthcoming debut album Bleu, which will be released in September 2021.