It can’t be easy being the son of Leonard Cohen—especially if you fancy yourself a singer-songwriter. Adam Cohen discovered that in 1998, when he released his self-titled solo debut, a collection of jazz-influenced pop songs of (what else?) romantic angst, to lukewarm response. He’s now back with two albums, the French-language Melancolista and this pop collection with his band, Low Millions. Perhaps this time, with his appealing voice and exceptional, hook-laden songs like “Julia,” he’ll have better luck.