The debut from this British songstress begins with high, wordless vocals, equal parts Karen Carpenter and John Carpenter. As “When We Were Five” progresses, the line between love song and horror flick only grows blurrier. “I’ll declare you’re mine,” sings Soraia (who attended the same performing-arts school as Adele), but then Moog synth creeps in and she’s making that pledge from The Twilight Zone. By the closing trumpet solo the sound has morphed into something resembling Radiohead covering Burt Bacharach. That mix of jazzy pop and spacey rock extends to the other tracks, the best of which pair Soraia’s enigmatic lyrics and remarkably fluid fingerpicked guitar. This Moonchild inhabits a world of her own.