And with good reason.
Because the choice this week is "Saint Claude" from the excellent debut album "Chaleur humaine" from Christine and the Queens.
Released in May, "Chaleur humaine" has not only received critical acclaim (and deservedly so) in France, but also internationally as witnessed by this review in The Guardian.
|Christine and the queens/Héloïse Letissier (screenshot from "Le Grand Journal" on Canal +)|
You might remember earlier this year that Christine and the Queens - actually a one-woman musical project from Héloïse Letissier "combining music, dance, art videos, drawings and photography" was featured as a Friday's French music break with "Nuit 17 à 52".
It was the song Letissier had performed at Les Victoires de la musique (the French equivalent of the Grammy awards), in the category Group or Artist Stage Révélation of the Year for which she was nominated - but didn't win.
The long-awaited debut album "Chaleur humaine" was released in May and it reflects Letissier's artistic eclecticism, leading music critics to describe ot as an album "without frontiers".
Sure it's pop, but in the widest sense of the word.
Her music is stylised, melodic and classy - head and shoulders about most of what you might expect to hear on French radio.
And as many journalists have pointed out, it's hard, if not impossible to categorise Letissier's music simply.
The studio versions are as polished and well crafted as you would expect and the videos are similarly outstanding with some natty and intriguing dance moves.
But live, Letissier adds another level, as you can see from a recent appearance on Canal + "Le Grand Journal" and of course that performance at Les Victoires de la musique.
Speaking of live, Letissier/Christine and the queens is currently on a nationwide tour, including Olympia in Paris in March 2015, and several dates have already sold out.
If you get the chance to see her live, then give yourself a treat, and do.
Also, if there's just one French music album you should buy this year, then make sure it's "Chaleur humaine".
Oh yes, and here's a prediction.
Not only will Letissier be nominated in several categories at next year's Les Victoires de la musique, she'll also perform (again) and win.
For the moment though here's "Saint Claude" the most recent track to be released as a single from the album ""Chaleur humaine".
But don't be satisfied with that. Discover the rest of the album too.