The best moments here put her own personalized spin on the well-worn cliches of the standard big-budget post-break-up purge-fest.
She’s not messing with a good thing so much as offering subtle refinements of the strengths — particularly as a vocalist — that led to her breakout.
Platinum-voiced Brit reunites with Dan Auerbach in the producer's chair for a dazzling showcase of luxurious Seventies-inspired soul and mellow, Laurel Canyon-style folk rock.
June has never sounded more fully and thrillingly herself than she does on her latest album, The Moon and Stars: Prescriptions for Dreamers, which merges pop ambition, folksy open-heartedness and blues wisdom.
Both the most natural and most baffling record he’s ever made.