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Quand tout Recommence

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Quand tout Recommence
Quand tout Recommence by Tina Arena.jpg
Studio album by
Released6 April 2018
StudioDe La Grande Armée, La Perruche; Paris, France
LabelPlay Two
  • Valentin Marceau
  • Fred Savio
Tina Arena chronology
Greatest Hits & Interpretations
Quand tout Recommence
Singles from Quand tout Recommence
  1. "Tant que tu es là"
    Released: 17 November 2017
  2. "L’ombre de ma voix"
    Released: 16 February 2018 [1]

Quand tout Recommence is the third French and twelfth overall studio album by Australian singer and songwriter Tina Arena, which was released on April 6th, 2018, in France.[2][3]

The new album title, Quand tout Recommence translates to mean "When Everything Restarts" in English.[4] Arena has stated that when she records in the French language, she is careful not to record French versions of her English language hits, as the meaning of the lyrics differ between languages. Arena notes that too often the intention of the song gets "lost in translation", therefore she has always chosen to write in both languages.[5]

After almost a decade away, Arena made a welcome return to French Pop music, arriving with a new 2018 French-language album,Quand tout Recommence (translates to: "When Everything Restarts"), set for an April release, to the francophone music market (primarily France) and also reaching audiences in Belgium and Sweden. Quand tout Recommence is Arena's third French-language studio album, and her twelfth studio album overall, since her francophone album, 7 vies, released in January 2008, which debuted at No. 12 on the official French charts; her highest debut in France.[6][7]

On November 17, 2017, Arena released on digital preview platforms a new song recording, Tant que tu es là (translates to: "As long as you're around"), as the lead single for the upcoming album,Quand tout Recommence.[8]

In an April 2018 interview with Webmedia SAS Pure Charts (France), Arena defined what pulled her into the French Pop music after a decade away, recording and performing in her homeland Australia and in selective international showcase tours, Arena explains, "I wanted to re-do music in French. Everything started from there with this project. The desire". She is motivated by the desire, to reconnect with the success of her French Pop hits, "Go higher" and "Love to the impossible". On her 2018 Quand tout Recommence album, Arena offers ten new songs recorded in the language of Molière, L'ombre de ma voix (Translates to: The Shadow of My Voice"). The contents of songs on the record is quite varied. Recalling her former residency in French Pop Music, yet, her inaugural entry on the French Music Charts was in 1998, and was her first French platinum record. Arena concludes, ""I miss the connection with the French public. It was time. With all that happened." Good, is what happens with Arena, and France.[9]

On February 16, 2018, Arena released on digital preview platforms the next single, L'ombre de ma voix (Translates to: "The Shadow of My Voice"), from her new album Quand tout Recommence.[10]

On April 6th, 2018, the new French-language album, Quand tout Recommence was released on the francophone market, with the album peaking on the French album chart Top 150 at No.62, and also peaking on the Belgium album chart at No.46.[11][12]. The two single releases and the complete album, Quand tout recommence, are now available to download and stream worldwide.[13]

Music Video

An accompanying official music video for L'ombre de ma voix (Translates to: The Shadow of My Voice"), was released on February 16, 2018. The 2018 music video director is Michael Westbrook, with production by Positive Dream Réalisation.

The video thematically delivers a nostalgic mood, as Arena traces her 40-year career in the music industry, showing a montage of video footage and TV clips across her lifespan as a live performer. Capturing the visual evolution of Arena's artistry, beginning in 1974 for the-then eight year-old child performer on the Australian family-entertainment television musical live talent show Young Talent Time.[14]

In the Quand tout Recommence music video, Arena appears multiple times in every frame, and it doubles and triples; Arena is seen as the artist she is today, in the recording studio, and, throughout the footage of clips revolving around her, as she is evolving. The montage chronicles Arena's childhood, and adolescence, to womanhood - including childhood piano lessons, roller-skating, backstage rehearsals, signing autographs with fans, to singing live at the Sydney Olympic Games 2000, and more. Clearly, Tina Arena has always got to work, sung her heart out and in again, and she keeps working. The song title, "The Shadow of My Voice", makes a report on 40 years her a career, composed of ups and downs, and mixes childhood images, live performances, and studio sessions. The opportunity is taken by the Australian to prove that she is still active and far from relying on her previous success.[15]

Track listing

1."Regarde"Frédéric Volovitch3:00
2."La Riviera"
  • Delta
  • François Welgryn
3."L'ombre de ma voix"
  • Keren Rose
  • Régis Ceccarelli
4."Toi blessé"Antoine Elie3:44
5."I Was Here"
6."Las Vegas"3:35
7."Tant que tu es là"3:33
8."Les balles à blanc"
  • Pierre Riess
  • Lanty
9."Quand tout Recommence"
10."L'empire des lumières"
  • Delta
  • Welgryn
  • Delta
  • Welgryn


Chart (2018) Peak
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia)[16] 46
French Albums (SNEP)[17] 29

Release history

Region Date Label Catalogue
France 6 April 2018 Play Two 0190295667221


  1. ^ "L'ombre de ma voix - single". iTunes Au. Retrieved 23 March 2018.
  2. ^ "Quand Tout Recommence CD". amazon FR. Retrieved 23 March 2018.
  3. ^ "Quand tout recommence Tina Arena (Interprète) (CD album) Paru le 6 avril 2018". FNAC. Retrieved 23 March 2018.
  4. ^ "There's some fresh new music from Tina Arena". Out in Perth. 2 March 2018. Retrieved 23 March 2018.
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  6. ^ Hung, Steffen. "Discographie Tina Arena" (in French). French Charts Portal. Hung Medien. Retrieved 28 October 2015.
  7. ^ "Le Top de la semaine : Top Singles Téléchargés – SNEP (Week 47, 2017)" (in French). Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique. Retrieved 27 November 2017.</
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  16. ^ " – Tina Arena – Quand tout Recommence" (in French). Hung Medien. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
  17. ^ " – Tina Arena – Quand tout Recommence". Hung Medien. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
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