Robin Skinner makes music by himself, in his bedroom, but his songs belong to the world. As the son of a professional flautist and Cambridge University’s director of music, the 19-year-old UK singer/songwriter—who’s performed under the name Cavetown since 2013—has musical talent literally embedded in his DNA. Cavetown’s fourth album, Lemon Boy, puts Skinner’s effortless, bright melodies and economic songwriting on full display. From the looping folk-pop title track (with an inventive music video that’s racked up 1.2 million YouTube views) to the uke-meets-electronica Fool and jazzy 888, it’s an intimate, calming collection that displays a songwriting craft far beyond his years. Most importantly, it’s from the heart. It’s all an extension of the songwriter who declares he just wants to make music forever—and with a magnetic personality and such universally relatable songs, he’s well on his way to achieving that goal and much more. In January he will be performing live in Berlin at Musik & Frieden.