Thirty-five years is a long time to make people wait for a new album, no matter how amazing your last one was. Fortunately, in the last three and a half decades cult folk icon Vashti Bunyan hasn't lost any of what made 1970's Just Another Diamond Day so remarkable. Lookaftering showcases her soft, lullaby-worthy voice, as sorrowful as it is enchanting, and her minimalist Brit-folk approach to songwriting, which features tasteful use of horns, strings and dulcimer. But now, in 05, freak folk mainstays like Devendra Banhart and offbeat harpist Joanna Newsom join in to collaborate with Bunyan. Amazingly, they manage not to upstage her, instead sounding honoured to be in the presence of such a talent.