Entitled "I Say Yeh-Yeh," the recording is produced by singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Gwyneth Herbert.
The album was recorded over three days, on old 60s equipment in the windowless basement of a converted brothel in East London.
"I fell in love with the fantasy of France when I was young," Ruffelle said in an earlier statement. "I always loved the effortless cool of Francoise Hardy, the style of Brigitte Bardot… This led me to discover the yé-yé movement, Juliette Gréco and, of course, Edith Piaf, whose music and life has inspired me a lot in my career."
To celebrate her new recording, Ruffelle will perform at the Crazy Coqs in London Oct. 13-17.
The complete track listing follows: 1. L’un Vers L’autre
2. Paris Summer featuring Rowan John
3. La Foule
4. Bang Bang
5. À Quoi Ça Sert? (Take The Mercedes Benz)
6. Yeh, Yeh/Ça Pourrait Changer featuring Gwyneth Herbert
7. Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien
8. Paris Is A Lonely Town/Lonely Night In Paris
9. Hymne À L’amour
10. Le Brasier
11. On My Own