Olivia Broadfield's self-written and (usually) co-produced music falls into the electronica singer/songwriter territory currently occupied by Imogen Heap, Bjork, Feist etc. This is a lovely album of melancholy, sweet electronic ballads with the kind of reflective lyrics that make it feel almost like journal entries put to music. My favourite track is 'Holding Onto You', with its sad chord sequences and beautifully honest vocals. Other highlights include the haunting 'Lost in You' and the Fleetwood Mac-ish 'Dont' Let Go'. It's not really about the individual songs, though - this is best enjoyed as a whole, a collection of melodic and sensitive tracks. The production reminds me very much of Frou Frou with its submerged beats and electronic squiggles; indeed, Guy Sigsworth himself produces the album's closing track 'Crashing Down'. For anyone looking for something in a similar vein to Frou Frou, Emmy Rossum, Kate Havnevik, Mandalay etc then this would be an excellent choice.