John is reunited with fellow Kendama chum Stuart for the first of the dazzling numbers, Still Alright, that blinds with a blistering sense of high-octane energy straight from step one. The harmonies are fresh and fantastic, and the chorus is indescribably juicy, leaving you in a rightfully positive buzz
That titillating feeling rides strongly into Heart Eyes, which is a little more reserved but just as stimulating, and Cortne is a blissful ray of sunshine, without a doubt, helping prop up the penned lyrics.
Self Destruct is highlighted by a sensational bassline of “oomph” proportions, as well as more investing writing in regard to needlessly working yourself to death, and this is brought to life by Eleanor May’s glamorous effort.
Finally, the title track is a sweet, sax-impelled threefold effort alongside Konner and Scott Bathgate with a generally smooth vibe that puts a smile on your face with its inspiring message; an ideal way to wrap up an altogether stylish and entertaining debut effort for John Davidson’s promising electronic dance project.