An appearance on French evening TV show Gaëtan Roussel with a performance of the the title track of his forthcming new solo album Hope.
Roussel, while an established solo artist and songwriter who has written for many successful acts, is also the singer with legendary French band Louise Attaque.
Louise Attaque's self-titled debut album was one of the biggest sellers in French rock history, but the band essentially split in 2001 following their second album. The members formed two separate bands, with Roussel fronting the band Tarmac.
They came back for a third album in 2005, before again going their separate ways in 2007. This time Gaëtan Roussel became involved in writing for other acts, notably Alain Bashung, before releasing his debut solo album Ginger in 2010.
Louise Attaque came together again, his time as a three-piece, for the 2016 album Anomalie and to play live again, the album winning at Victoires de la Musique award for the best rock album of the year.
While Louise Attaque's history hass been one of stops and starts, Roussel's solo career remains very much on track. His new solo album - his third - follows his 2013 collection Orpailleur,
The album Hope is released on September 14.