In 2015, Ricchini released the follow-up Himalaya. SPIN called the album, "Brian Wilson melodic levity meets Johnny Marr guitar jangle, effortlessly engaging.” Recorded in the UK at Manchester’s Eve Studios it features “the Big Star meets The La’s power pop of “Perfume Paper,” the Pet Sounds carousel of “Lauren Lorraine,” and the Costello meets Bacharach balladry of "Religion of Mine.” In the tradition of great pop tune smiths, Ricchini's songs examine ways of the human heart with honesty, elegance and hooks galore.
“Charmingly catchy heartache meets sun-kissed disenchantment.” – The Philadelphia Inquirer
“Wistfully demur on the surface, delving into matters of the heart with an icy pair of forceps, leaving all manner of collateral damage in its wake. ” – Magnet
“Brilliant 60′s-esque AM pop.” – New York Magazine
“Lovely, bookish songs.” – Vogue
“World-weary, yet heartwarming.” – NPR