Sting Collaborates With Mylene Farmer on 'Stolen Car' Duet

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Sting performs at a dinner party hosted by iHeartmedia ad Medialink at Hotel du Cap-Eden-Rock in Antibes, France during the Cannes Lions Festival on June 23, 2015.

Sting has announced a new collaboration with French pop star Mylene Farmer. The pair recently unveiled an English-French duet of “Stolen Car,” a track that originally appeared on Sting’s 2003 album Sacred Love.

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The track was released via iTunes in France on Aug. 28 and debuted at No. 1 on the iTunes chart. According to a post on Sting’s Facebook page, it will be available in the U.S. on Friday, Sept. 4, via Cherrytree Records. It can currently be previewed here.

Farmer is best known for the 1991 song "Désenchantée,” which topped the charts in France and has been her most successful single to date. Her “Stolen Car” duet with Sting will reportedly be featured on the singer’s upcoming album Nébuleuses.