Anyone looking for a serious, substantial singer-songwriter should check out Loza Rose, whose penetrating, soul-baring songs possess an equal amount of intimacy and urgency. Best of all is “Lonely,” which rides a neo-classical piano through a reverbed expanse that builds to include an angelic choir. The key element, though, is the artist’s own voice, which emits a convincing amount of hurt. Not quite so compelling are the pop-y and more heavily electronic “Out of Sight” and the confessional “Identity,” where she reveals her day-to-day struggle with mental health. (“You don’t seem to see the pain I can’t release.”) We expect this young artist’s work to only get better and more substantial as her voice matures.