Soko’s been on our radar since her lower-key days as an actress with a side talent for writing confessional homespun gems, but since then she’s gotten a lot more deserved press for her music. As the audience has expanded, so has the scope of her sound, from charged up psych/garage-rock to spacey synth jams and a ton of fresh ground in between. Her new album, My Dreams Dictate My Reality, covers much of that ground, but my standout is a hushed throwback of sorts. “Keaton’s Song” is an unabashed, heart-on-sleeve breakup tune, penned for a fellow expert on that sort of fare. After a long, LP-length journey through side streets and other unexpected turns, this closes out the record with a bit of poignant beauty that’s still rare to catch on tape today. The rest of the LP is streaming here.