True to her name, Sunshine's sonic message has always been positive and empowering, and Twenty Sixty Four doesn't disappoint on that front. The irresistible, church-ified Motown bounce of "Used Car" and the brisk "I Just Don't Know" are both standout showcases for her remarkable piano skills and warm vocals, which will leave listeners in sunshine-soaked bliss. On a grander sonic scale, "Kiss and Make It Better" and the dreamy, string laden reverie of "The Ice Cream Song" are vivid snapshots of romantic bliss that Sunshine pulls off with pure aplomb, while the six minutes-plus "Everything I've Got" is a mesmerizing testimonial to soulful devotion with Sunshine's most fervent vocal performance thus far.
Twenty Sixty Four is a standout album from an already remarkable talent. (Shanachie)