2015 release, the 10th studio album by French singer, songwriter and pop culture icon Mylène Farmer. Interstellaires was produced by The Avener and Martin Kierszenbaum. Includes the single 'Stolen Car', a duet with British rock veteran Sting. This version of the much-loved Sting track has been completely reimagined by producer, The Avener. In the span of her 30-year career, French superstar, Mylène Farmer has sold over 11 million albums worldwide, released nine studio albums and six live albums, all of which reached diamond status in France. Mylène is the first female artist in history to sell out the 80,000 capacity "Stade de France" two nights in a row. On her last arena tour, Mylène's tickets were sold out a full year in advance. She has cultivated her fervently loyal fan base through consummate songwriting, classic melodies and ground-breaking videos.
Timeless (stylized as Timel3ss) was the sixth concert tour by French recording artist, Mylène Farmer. The tour supported the singer's ninth studio album. Monkey Me. The tour began on September 7, 2013 and ended on December 3, 2013. It played 39 shows in 5 countries. Over 535,000 people saw Myléne Farmer live on this tour.
Mylene Farmer's ninth album is named Monkey Me & it'll be an instant success like her previous ones. The first single "A L'Ombre" marks the come-back of composer Laurent Boutonnat, playing on woman/child duality, a happy star but also "at the edge of the edge"…
Mylène Jeanne Gautier was born in the town of Pierrefonds near Montreal on September 12th 1961. Her father, an engineer, was employed in Canada at the time building a dam system and Mylène and her brothers and sister (Brigitte, Michel and Jean Loup), were brought up in the French-speaking province of Québec. When Mylène was 10 the family returned to France, settling in the Paris suburb of Ville d'Avray. In her teenage years Mylène was passionate about horses and she would devote all her free time and energy to riding. But 17-year-old Mylène's other great passion in life was acting and she would eventually abandon the stables to take a three-year course at the Cours Florent, a prestigious drama school in Paris.