Ariane Moffatt (born 26 April 1979 at Saint-Romuald, Quebec) is a Canadian francophone singer-songwriter based in Quebec. She has won Félix and Juno Awards and has performed and collaborated with many artists such as Daniel Bélanger and Marc Déry. She released her debut album, Aquanaute, in 2002 on the Audiogram label. The album was certified platinum by the Canadian Recording Industry Association in April 2005 and it won three of eleven nominations for ADISQ's Felix Awards: Revelation of the Year, Pop-Rock Album of the Year, and Record Producer of the Year. Later in 2005, her second album, Le cœur dans la tête, was released. 2008's album Tous les sens won a 2009 Juno Award for Francophone Album of the Year. She's known for the songs Poussière d'ange, Point de mire, Fracture du crâne, Montréal et Je veux tout.