Joyce Jonathan (screenshot from official clip for "Je ne sais pas")
Joyce Jonathan's "Les souvenirs" is from her debut platinum album released last year "Sur mes gardes" and although it has never been released as a single, has recently received quite a bit of media attention.
That's largely down to a television reality show, L'amour est dans le pré - the French equivalent of Farmer wants a wife.
In the last series one of the farmers "looking for love" played Jonathan's song in the hopes of wooing his heart's desire.
It didn't work, but the moment was magic and touching (well soppy would perhaps be more appropriate) and Jonathan herself was surprised the track had made such an impact with viewers.
"I didn't see the programme when it was first broadcast because I was performing. But my sister called me and to be quite honest I was thrilled that the song had been used in the show," she said.
"I had no idea Jean-Michel (the farmer) listened to my music," Jonathan continued, giving the game away perhaps that although coming to the end of a 100-date tour, she, like many French, had tuned in regularly to see the latest ups and downs of those lonely hearts looking for love on the farm.
"It's also obvious that he must have listened to the whole album as the track has never been released as a single," she added.
"I don't know whether the song helped him in his attempts to court Nathalie (it didn't) but I'm happy it was part of his story.
The 21-year-old is one of those acts that owes her rising popularity to, first Myspace, and later the fan-funded music label My Major Company, which gives everyone the chance to invest in up-and-coming artists.
Her voice is clear and delightful. Her style is folk-pop, so very much up-to-the-minute in what's popular.
And "Les souvenirs"?
Well it's pretty enough, but perhaps the lyrics were a little too slushy and lovey-dovey for Nathalie (remember the woman who rejected Jean-Michel's advances).
Take a listen.
What do you think?