This second album is a significant departure for the Quebecois singer, following her pop-oriented self-titled debut. Here, the talented vocalist includes just as much radio-friendly rock as she does house-inspirited pop, and the final result is as good as her first. The dancier tracks, like “Oublier” and “Il M’aime, Il Ne M’aime Pas,” show off the performer’s knack with a hook-heavy groove, while other tracks like “Fashion” and “Tant Pis” demonstrate more sonic versatility than one might expect. However, the album doesn’t have a stand-out smash single or track, and the listener has to settle for a good-but-not-great walk down nostalgia lane.
Rating: ★★★ (out of 5)