If you too are counting down the days until we have a new La Femme album (it's already been over two years since Mystère came out), here's a little something to help you with the waiting: in anticipation of their upcoming trip to Hawaii, the Paris-based group has released a brand new song featuring an appropriate Pacific vibe.

'L'Hawaïenne' is an 8-minute long tropical extravaganza sung (better still, narrated) by Sacha in which the musician seems to channel his smug crooner in a very Gainsbourg-esque way. The video, which we are thrilled to premiere here at The 405 today, juxtaposes images of Sacha wandering around a slightly snowed-in Paris with paradisiac scenes of palm trees, hula dancers, and other Hawaiian immediate references: "we are paying tribute to the spirit of Hawaii with evanescent women in a tropical scenery," they say of the track and clip. "From the Parisian winter to the paintings of Eugene Savage, enjoy the trip and the tropical feel. ALOHA!"

Although 'L'Hawaïenne' is apparently not a track from their forthcoming third album, word is that the first singles from the much anticipated LP (plus more info on the release) should start surfacing in the coming months. In the meanwhile, treat yourself to a bit of summer rêverie and dive in exotic waters below.