Romuald Figuier, known mononymously as Romuald, is a French singer who twice represented Monaco in the 1964 and 1974 contests, finishing in third and fourth place, respectively, and Luxembourg in the 1969 contest, finishing in 11th place.
In 1968, Romuald represented Andorra at the III International Song Festival held at the Maracanazinho Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He finished fifth with the song "Le bruit des vagues". The following year, he represented the same country in the same festival and finished fifth again with the song "Tous les printemps du monde".
Romuald represented Luxembourg in the VIII International Song Festival in Sopot, Poland, in August 1968, reaching third place in international competition with the theme "Rien n'a changé".
In February 1973, Romuald represented France with "Laisse-moi le temps" in the XIV International Song Festival in Viña del Mar, Chile, where he finished 2nd and got the prize for the Best Singer. Some months later, Paul Anka bought the rights of the song from the authors, and along with Sammy Cahn composed lyrics in English, giving it to Frank Sinatra, who made it famous all over the world as "Let me Try Again".