What a breath of fresh air! It’s a cliché, but this is the kind of album that’s always fun to have when springtime finally rolls over Montreal. The brand of folk-pop onetime blueswoman Roxanne Potvin plays with on this fourth album sometimes flirts dangerously with corniness, but more often than not she fills her songs with enough genuine emotion, wit and attitude to get away with it. Hovering somewhere between Sheryl Crow and She & Him’s Zooey Deschanel, Potvin’s voice is generally sweet and caressing (Magic Rainbows, Donnes ton mal), but can also convey more ruggedness (Barricades, Let Me Go). And major props for having the balls to include a cover version of Right Said Fred’s I’m Too Sexy, of all things, and actually making it work.