JAMIE Cullum looks to the limbo between adult and childhood for inspiration on his sixth album. Cullum is an honest songwriter who catches the moments when a person starts to see the world in new ways. He says just because youth is over doesn’t mean fun has to go, too. His past albums have showcased his love of different genres. On Momentum, he opens up his sound to incorporate modern pop music. Sad Sad World is a prime example, a song that would have been a jazz standard on his older albums but is based around a subtly electronic beat made on a phone app. He pushes the boundaries with a rework of Cole Porter’s Love For Sale with a Roots Manuva- like heavy bass lick, and then a rap by Manuva himself. Sounds odd? Sure, but Cullum also impresses with an uplifting You’re Not The Only One and a widescreen, visceral, Bond theme- ish Edge of Something. The album is littered with sounds not heard before, from vibrant and dirty electronic organs to low- fi vintage synths.