Lola Le Lann – Portofino

Lola Le Lann is the daughter of French actress ValΓ©rie Stroh and trumpet player Eric Le Lann. In 2015, at the age of 19, she entered the French cinema world herself. In the film Un Moment D’égarement (β€˜a wild moment’) she played one of the leading roles.

A few films later, she decided to return to her first love: music. She’s been playing the piano as of a young age. Le Lann just released her debut EP Glaz. It features 5 different songs (and an acoustic version of its first single Lola Γ€ L’eau).

One of those songs is Portofino, which fits perfectly in a great tradition of French songs from the β€˜70s and β€˜80s. Soft beats, perky percussion, a funky guitar, Caribbean sounds, they’re all there. And then of course, there are Le Lann’s seductive Vanessa Paradis-like vocals.

Portofino was co-written and co-produced by Yohann Malory, whose great single Morceaux De Toi (feat. Yseult) I featured here last January.

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