Weyes Blood’s latest, Titanic Rising, is gorgeous, vulnerable, and deeply affecting. There has always been a melancholy and a gravitas to her music, but this latest album kicks those traits into high gear. After all, the songs were written in response to climate change, the hubris of man, and the quest for hope in spite of so much darkness. Yet, despite all these shadows, there’s a lightness and loveliness to the album, enervated by Weyes Blood’s sparkling voice and Laurel Canyon-style-throwback melodies. Co-produced by Jonathan Rado of Foxygen, Titanic Rising is a lush, fragile dream of an album.