‘Better Man’ is a soothing closing-time ballad, the sort that wanders peacefully in the still of night. Its maker, Rosie Carney, has one of those innocent yet powerful voices that oozes similarities to folk legends such as Joni Mitchell and Laura Marling. Although just 19 years old, the County Donegal-based songwriter has bags of promise, quietly weaving words that suggest she’s wise beyond her years and gently transporting all who listen with the cathartic atmosphere of her spine-tingling compositions. For a delicately dumfounding mid-week listen, Rosie Carney is the one.