French singer-songwriter and fashion icon Francoise Hardy releases her 24th studio album, her first release in six years, Personne d’autre. Hardy achieved immediate success in the early 1960s with her million-selling debut Tous les garçons et les filles on the Vogue label. The eternally chic pop star and actress found herself at the forefront of the French music scene, as a leading figure of the influential yé-yé movement. Mick Jagger once described Hardy as his "ideal woman," Bob Dylan dedicated a poem to her, and she has worked alongside greats such as Leonard Cohen, Serge Gainsbourg, Michel Berger, and Patrick Modiano. To this day she remains one of France's most iconic singers. Personne d’autre features 10 original songs, including one sung in English, You're My Home penned by Yael Naim, a cover of Michel Berger's seras-tu là, and an adaption of Finnish band Poet Of The Fall's Sleep.