The appropriately titled "Interstellar," released in February, shimmers in space. These are still pop songs, just as they've always been, but there's a new, serious confidence to the execution. Perhaps some of the credit can go to Le Chev, the Fischerspooner collaborator and producer of "Interstellar," but this is Rose's journey, and she navigates it well. Rose is the latest example of an indie act shedding early identities (Cloud Nothings is another recent example), as if she's refusing to be pigeonholed. Smart move.