Here are the bits where they talk about Saint-Exupéry:
[Very beginning of video]
Michel Drucker (host): Jean-Michel is in the studio, he's preparing an album for the beginning of next year, it's highly expected, its title will be Saint-Exupéry.
[End of video]
Drucker: Now, let's talk about your current work. Your next album is dedicated to Saint-Exupéry, from Lyon...
JMJ: Yes, it's not directly linked to his work but I wanted to dedicate it to Saint-Exupéry, simply because I've gone back to Saint-Exupéry's works to compose this album, which is not complete yet, it will be out sometime later this year. He's always been a fascinating character to me, that's to say, the great writer that everyone knows (he's probably the French author that is the most read around the world) and at the same time he's an explorer, a great traveller. Earlier [in the show] I said there have been great travellers originating from Lyon, and Saint-Exupéry may be among the greatest. And he's a bit the godfather of the Internet: he went and weaved webs with his plane [ed. he was an air pilot for the Aéropostale and flew a lot in Africa and South America], and in that sense he's someone extremely modern and so I wanted to dedicate my next album to him, and dedicate it to the City of Lyon at the same time.
Really strange that nothing ever popped up about it again. I can only see Vintage that could be somewhat associated to Saint-Exupéry.
One funny anecdote. Among his friends, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry was nicknamed "Saint-Ex", which sounds the same as (Elka) Synthex (when pronounced in French
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