Celine Dion has changed the title of her upcoming album from Water & A Flame to Loved Me Back To Life, and will release the record’s title track as the lead cut from the collection, according to reporter Raphael Martin who recently interviewed the singer for tabloid newspaper Journal de Montreal.
The track was penned by Australian singer-songwriter Sia Furler and you can watch Celine performing the Sham & Motesart-produced song live in Quebec below.
Or indeed now you can listen to the official audio that was released on 3 September below and find full album release details here.
Celine will debut her first English language studio album since 2007’s Taking Chances in the UK on 20 October via Sony Music Entertainment. It follows the release of last year’s French language release Sans Attendre which spawned the singles Le Miracle and Parler à mon Père
It is an album to get excited about. As well as reportedly teaming up with Stevie Wonder for a duet on Overjoyed, the Canadian-French chanteuse has been working with Ne-Yo and Adele songwriter Eg White on the record. The Diane Warren-penned Unfinished Songs from the soundtrack to the movie Song For Marion was left off the film’s official soundtrack, so is also likely to appear.
Below is a video that was released to YouTube back in April featuring footage of Celine and Eg White in the studio recording and writing together.