I heard one track from this album ("Elevator Love Letter") on late-night radio; the very next day I ordered it, and I'm very glad I did.
The CD has basically been on repeat since I got it - because it is one of the most beautiful records I've ever heard.
Stand-out tracks are "Elevator Love Letter", the title track, and "Romantic Comedy", but there are no duds on the album at all. Each track is elegantly crafted, but still emotional and honest. Lyrics are thoughtful, ranging from the strange ("A gypsy told my fortune so I told her hers / I said "you'll die in the mountains wrapped in silver furs"") to the sublime ("Don't walk away then turn and say I love you anyway / I never ever want to see you 'til our wedding day").
The vocals of Amy Millan are dreamily captivating; Torquil Campbell's yearning and beautiful.
If you want an album that will leave you smiling at the ceiling, this is it.
I'm now searching for more!