Three years ago she pulled the pin out of ‘La Grenade’, a pop song with a swaggering tune that became a generational, feminist anthem and the spearhead of her debut album ‘Sainte Victoire’, with its almost premonitory title. Far from being imprisoned in a tailor-made suit, this undeniably elegant thirty-year-old refused to settle for a second encore album but instead created a record in response to lockdown, a record saying that despite everything, we are still breathing (‘Respire Encore’), a record that feels like an invite to a party, with glitter and a gleaming virtual disco ball borne up by soul-inspired rhythms and tunes that can’t help but make you smile. And last but not least, she is as generous on stage as she is in the studio, where the ‘Le Reste’ comes out to play.