Like her half-sister Charlotte Gainsbourg, Lou Doillon might be better known for her celebrity heritage — her mother is actor-singer Jane Birkin, and her father is director Jacques Doillon — and her career as an actor and model. But Lou Doillon has also established a sideline as a credible pop singer, starting with her 2012 debut album, Places. Her latest full-length record, Soliloquy, is a laid-back assortment of gentle pop songs broken up with occasionally more rocking tracks such as the new wave–flavored “Burn.” “I know that you know the joke’s on me,” Doillon muses amid the electronic pulses of “The Joke.” Elsewhere, she surrounds herself with such low-key ballads as “It’s You,” in which she exchanges breathy vocals and whispered promises with guest star Cat Power.

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