Campbell’s album, recorded and mixed in just one week, could almost be a collection of long-lost children’s TV themes. Lyrically, it’s a little saccharine, and she hasn’t quite earned those chanteuse stripes yet. The melodies are strong, though, and in places the predominantly pastoral-sounding arrangements have a real charm. Peaks include the single Weathershow, a more raucous affair which seems to feature duelling stylophones, and Renew And Restore, a ‘cowboy song’ bolstered by some tasty country fiddle. If you fancy a break from the increasingly uniform sound of the name producer/major label combo, then this record fits the bill.