I got tired of waiting for this to be released in the UK and decided to order an import from Australia via Amazon. Pleased to say it is very much more than worth the extra cost.
This is is the kind of melodic, uplifting dance pop that instantly appeals. The album can be listened to all the way through - no tedious filler and a cohesive feel throughout (Wynter's warm, soulful vocals surrounded by intricately detailed pop dance production that nonetheless has a robust bassline driving most tracks along).
There are two standout tracks. 'Still Getting Younger' is oddly touching - with its 80s-style pop vocal and minor chord flourishes. 'In The Morning' is a stunning break-up anthem that captures the painful moment when a relationship ends and sets it alongside Robbie Rivera's hugely impressive production (which is subtle, sympathetic and is probably my favourite dance track I've heard this year).
The version of 'Til Death' included here is the Denzal Park edit, which strips back the verses but explodes into an electronic wall of sound at the chorus. Another previous single, 'Dirty Talk' still sounds fresh and fits in with the rest of the material.
There is much else to admire - 'All My Life' bounces along against cut up vocals & plenty of hooks whilst 'Buy My Love' is a Red One-ish sugar-rush of pure pop. The only song that could be described as a ballad is 'Back To You' but the good news is that it's very much influenced by the sound of Kleerup - rich, yearning vocals are accompanied by beautiful, mournful synths and haunting backing vocals.
My expectations for this album were easily surpassed. It's a brilliant collection (co-written by Wynter) that proves a great singer working with the right producers can produce a dance album of genuine warmth and depth.