When Adron unveiled Organismo last November, the album boasted her fairy-tale charm and whimsical intonations, but her trademark style had been repurposed with a focused and meticulous voice. There's no denying that she's still the same cooing, chirping songwriter that swayed listeners on her self-titled debut with such songs as "Airplanes," "Walking Home," and "Never Leave My Room Again," but the melodies and arrangements of newer, highly evolved numbers "The Sun Behind the Sun," "Pyramids," and "Jorgonian of the Midnight Sun" give flight to billowy pop flourishes. Most of all, Adron plays host to a number of seemingly unanticipated nuances on record — like the sound of her guitar's nylon strings intertwining with her voice as she vacillates between lyrics sung in English, French, and Portuguese. You may not always understand her words but you can certainly catch her drift. www.adron.bandcamp.com.