Described as "rather simple" musically, it mostly featured her voice and piano playing along with some minor additional instrumentation.
In February 2009, Martin attracted wider media attention when a photographer from Quebec City, Francis Vachon, used the song "Ensemble" as the soundtrack to a viral video on You Tube entitled "Time lapse of a baby playing with his toys", leading to coverage on Good Morning America, Perez Hilton's website, The Globe and Mail, and elsewhere.
Martin, Malinowski, and several members of the American rock band The Bronx subsequently collaborated on a five-song EP under the band name Armistice, which was released on February 15, 2011.
Martin contributed a new song, "La Reine", to the 2010 edition of CBC Radio 2's Great Canadian Song Quest.
In a later interview she described the project as a joke and said she did not plan to continue it, though she did not rule out the possibility of releasing music in English at a later date.On March 27, 2011, Martin revealed via her Facebook page that she was to return to the studio to commence work on her second album the following day.Martin performed with Jay Malinowski of Bedouin Soundclash in May 2010 on Q and talked about collaborating with him in the future.She was later featured in a Bedouin Soundclash song, "Brutal Hearts", on the album Light the Horizon.
In June 2009, she made a special appearance on CBC Radio's Q radio show.She performed her single "Ensemble" and a new song, "Place de la République".