I got this on the strength of the advert - I'm guessing that is how most of us will have heard of her. It is one of those rare albums where if it is playing in the background, every now and then you will stop what you are doing and think - wow, whats this? I played it during a meal with friends and several times we broke our conversation to identify the songs.
It will particulary appeal to those who know the original tracks - the covers are very different to most of them: often pared right back, with just voice and piano, sometimes with a cello. It's probably the album that Birdy should have done!