I made it quite clear how I feel about her Roses album at the end of last year.
What I have not yet mentioned is that she's been compared to London Grammar - basically, a "London Grammar for Quebec". Canada does not need London Grammar. They have Cœur de Pirate. Even though France and Belgium have made her a bigger hitmaker than Canada has....
There's probably a lot of other stuff I haven't mentioned, either. But I digress. Carry on.
Roses was a bilingual album. This is the song that tied the two halves of the album together (as a bonus track that's included in literally every streaming service's version of the album). Lyrically, they aren't exactly the same - "Oublie-Moi" is not nearly as cheery. However, bookending the album with two versions of the same song - it gives the album a cohesive feel, almost like a Mobius strip.
Don't worry. She'll be back this month.