Swaying school-dance waltzes. Whimsical bells, whistles and keys. Vocals so delicately wispy they may well have been licked onto the record by kittens. Mexican American singer-songwriter Carla Morrison has "indie pop ingénue" written all over her, from her girl-group revivalism to her work with Natalia LaFourcade, who produced and guests on this debut full-length. Like Feist (or pretty much any Swedish pop star), she's the kind of deliciously, ingeniously girlish artist you can't help but fall in love with.