She landed in France at 22, remembering none of the local songs. It’s in Baltimore that she learned to be a Folk singer. With her tawny hair and mineral voice, Maryland was the place she called home the longest, after many travels with her economist father. French from Africa or from America, it doesn’t matter, she is naturally made for the multiple parallels that groove the globe and feed a writing that avoids anchoring in colourless or blandless ports. Constance sings about unreachable cities and reminisces of the wide open virgins spaces that serve as her horizon.