The album, her third, finds her covering classic songs about Paris including the new single Champs Elysées, a song originally by Joe Dassin.
Dassin was an artist who released music from the early 60s until his death in 1980. Les Champs-Élysées featured on his 1969 album.
The new single follows the previous single, Paris sera toujours Paris, which was originally recorded in 1939 by Maurice Chevalier, a singer who throughout his long career sang many songs in praise of the French capital.
Zaz's previous collection, 2013's Recto verso was one of the biggest selling albums in France last year.
Her new work is likely to find favour not only with a domestic French audience but with a certain kind of nostalgic francophile whose idea of French music this pretty much encapsulates.