Le vent nous portera  

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"Le vent nous portera" (translated as "The wind will carry us") is a song by French band Noir Désir from their 2001 album des Visages des Figures. It was released as the first single from the album and reached number one for four weeks in a row in the Italian Singles Charts, as well as number three in the French charts and number seven in the Belgian Record Charts. French artist Manu Chao collaborated on the song and played guitar.


Track listing

  1. Le vent nous portera
  2. Moriyn Moriyn

Music video

The music video was directed by Alexandre Courtes and Jacques Veneruso and featured Rebecca Hampton as the main character. It won Music Video of the Year in 2001.


The song was covered by Swiss singer Sophie Hunger on her album 1983 in 2010 as well as by the German Band Element of Crime on their album Fremde Federn (2010) and Les Charbonniers de l'enfer on their album "Nouvelles fréquentations" (2010).


It is the title song of the movie Q.

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