Coralie Clément (born in 1982 in Villefranche-sur-Saône, France) is a French singer. She was born into a family of musicians (her father was a clarinettist) and studied the violin from age six but later quit. Her brother, Benjamin Biolay, also a singer, has written for Henri Salvador and wrote and produced her own debut, as well as its follow-up. Among her claimed inspirations are Françoise Hardy, Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg. She recorded her first album Salle des pas perdus in 2002 while studying history at university.