Last year the song Tout la vie cast a shadow on the charity endeavor, the song considered by many to be judgemental and reactionary in its politics.
Last year's track was written by Jean-Jaques Goldman, whereas the new track takes its inspiration from a work by French poet Paul Eluard, written in 1942 during the occupation.
The track features contributions from a wide cross-section of French artists, including Vanessa Paradis, Louane and Jean-Louis Aubert.
The track benefits French charity Restos du coeur, and marks that organisation's 30th anniversary.
The new clip comes ahead of a show at the AccorHotel Arena - previously Bercy- in Paris at the end of the month which will be televised on TF1 later this year.
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