A swift return for the Manchester based Californian after her triumphant Glee debut a couple of months back offers another chance to soak up the joys of sophomore album Hunting My Dress and its skewed takes on folk music. Mixing up Brit trad and Native American with

The Kingdom, painting with eastern shades for Feast Of The Heart, combining blues, nursery rhyme, gospel, swamp rock and 60s girlie pop on Four Dreams and kicking up an Irish jig on murder ballad Tulip, she's a heady but intoxicating brew.