Irina Rimes drops electro pop re-work of ‘Laisse Tomber les Filles’

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Irina Rimes drops electro pop re-work of 'Laisse Tomber les Filles'

Signalling the release of her latest single, titled ‘Laisse Tomber les Filles’Irina Rimes makes a welcome entrance.

Already established in her native homeland & beyond, Irina Rimes international rise continues – having already achieved No1 singles, become the youngest coach of Romania’s version of The Voice – along with a HBO Max series, that follows her own unique artistic journey.

With her sights now firmly set on conquering France, a country she fell in love with and whose language she speaks fluently – her latest single ‘Laisse Tomber les Filles’ is an electro pop cover of the classic French song, written by Serge Gainsbourg and originally performed by France Gall.

With a previous version released by The Weeknd (titled ‘Montreal’, taken from his hit album Trilogy) & with the song also featured as the closing soundtrack of Quentin Tarantino’s film Death Proof – fast forward to the present & this new version is produced by famous Paris-based producer, David Goldcher. Delivering a mysterious & infectious future player, the single is underpinned by Irina Rimes unmistakable vocal & sound and is already lighting up across DSP’s, YouTube & TikTok.

Stay tuned as ‘Laisse Tomber les Filles’ continues to build in the coming weeks.

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  • Parlophone Warner Music France

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