Music is anything but a job to Yael Naim and David Donatien. It’s entwined in every aspect of life for these musical and romantic partners, who recorded their third album together in their family home on the outskirts of Paris. “We never agree when we work, we always fight. It’s intense,” says Naim, 37. “Sharing a creation is one of the more difficult things you can do,” adds Donatien, her senior. “Not many people share a book or a painting.” Nevertheless, it’s now 10 years since they began their successful partnership, recording the first, self-titled, Yael Naim album on rudimentary equipment in her Bastille apartment, with her often singing in Hebrew, and watching its single, New Soul, become an unlikely worldwide hit following Apple advert ubiquity in 2008.