Review: Valerie June is one of the musical success stories of the last few years, with 2012 full-length Pushin' Against A Stone turning the previously unknown singer/songwriter into a genuine global star. So far, critics have also heaped praise on this delayed follow-up. It's a far more eclectic set than her heartfelt debut, offering nods to both exotic musical styles - think African rhythms, intergalactic electronica, modern soul - and those more associated with her native Tennessee (bluegrass, folk, country). Throughout, her lyrics remain raw and emotional, and are delivered with genuine feeling. It's a combination that's rarely less than hugely appealing.