Leroy's self-titled debut LP followed in March 2003, launching the hit singles "Cassé" and "Suivre une Étoile." For her 2005 follow-up, Histoires Naturelles, Leroy teamed with legendary French pop composer Laurent Voulzy, forging a mystical, deeply romantic record that earned critical comparison to the likes of Kate Bush and Tori Amos. In 2007, Leroy began work on her third album, with Teitur Lassen in the production chair. Released in 2009, Le Cheshire Cat & Moi became the first album that featured all the lyrics written by Leroy herself.
At the end of 2010, Leroy released her fourth album, Bretonne, the biggest hit of her career. The album featured songs sung in four languages (Gaelic, French, English, Breton) and included covers of traditional Celtic songs as well as more contemporary numbers. It saw Leroy return to the top of the French charts for the first time since her 2003 self-titled debut, and stay there for six weeks. In 2012, Bretonne was repackaged with a revised track list for the U.S. market under the title Nolwenn. Her proper follow-up, Ô Filles de l'Eau, appeared later that year; thanks to the moderate hit single "Juste Pour Me Souvenir," it reached number five in France. An accompanying concert album, Ô Tour de l'Eau, was released in 2014. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi