It’s been four long years since “Hands”. There has been plenty of DJing and the odd single but here it is her sophomore release. Shorn of a big record label, this is a more cohesive listen than her debut with one stiletto firmly on the dancefloor. And it mostly works, although there are a lack of killer cuts (opener “Motorway” is the highlight). So a good solid album then with a slight 90’s dance vibe, but maybe more was expected?