A new track by Charlotte Gainsbourg is always going to get our attention, especially when it's a track involving Daft Punk's Guy Manuel de Homem-Christo.
The light electro backdrop he creates is a perfect stage for Gainsbourg's distinctive vocals.
The song Rest comes from her forthcoming fifth album, her first since 2011. As well as Daft Punk, the cast of guests includes Paul McCartney, Owen Pallett, and Connan Mockasin.
Her last collection was 2011's Stage Whisper album, a double album that featured out-takes from her IRM album and a live set.
Since then a cover of Hey Joe, for the Nymphomanic soundtrack, is all that she's released since.
Still, given that there was 20 years between her Charlotte For Ever debut and her 5:55 second album, it's really not been that long a wait.
In recent years she's maybe been concentrating more on her acting career than on her musical output. Given the career she's had, you can't blame her. Her father worked with film throughout his career but never attained the level of artistic and critical success that Charlotte has enjoyed, with César and Cannes awards to her name.
The next chapter in her musical career is expected to be released on November 17 on Because Music.