This CD cover image released by Atlantic Records shows "Whispers," by Passenger. (AP Photo/Atlantic Records)

Mike Rosenberg, the man behind the inescapable breakup ballad “Let Her Go,” is out with a new album that is full of songs that sounds an awful lot like his breakthrough pop hit.

This image released by 20th Century Fox shows Ansel Elgort, left, and Shailene Woodley appear in a scene from "The Fault In Our Stars." (AP Photo/20th Century Fox, James Bridges)

Happily, we can report that “The Fault in Our Stars” is, despite the occasional misstep in tone, largely a solid success — a film that not only manages the transition from page to screen nicely, but also navigates with skill that hugely tricky line between the touching and the trite, the moving and the maudlin.

Students practice chords on their ukeleles on June 2 during a weekly group class given by Swallow Hill Music at Colorado Free University at Lowry. Swallow Hill’s 7th annual Denver Ukefest will run from June 5 to 7 and will feature both local and international performances and workshops. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

“I get that a lot,” said Chris McGarry, a ukulele teacher and children’s program director at the Swallow Hill Music school in Denver. “I had a student email me and say, ‘Hey, can we learn to play that song because I’m going to propose to my girlfriend in class.’”

Concert goers dance with the music, June 28, 2012 at a Banks in Harmony concert in Aurora. As in past years, audiences will gather in parks across the city and at Southlands shopping center this summer to sit back, relax and revel in live music. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

“It’s fun for us. ‘Banks in Harmony’ has a big, huge, pro (sound) system and we get to come in and feel like stars. It’s all about the music and not the technical stuff,” Chris Daniels said. “They really take care of their artists and their community well.”

Rolling Stones singer front man Mick Jagger, performs during a concert in the Telenor Arena at Fornebu in Baerum just south of Oslo, Norway, Monday May 26, 2014. The Stones rock combo are on a world wide tour billed as The Rolling Stones On Fire. (AP Photo / Terje Bendiksby, NTB Scanpix)

The band in March interrupted their tour and later rescheduled all their Australia and New Zealand tour dates upon news that Scott — Jagger’s companion since 2001 — had committed suicide.