The first few songs on Heather McKenzie's fourth studio record sound a bit standard in terms of song structure, but the music picks up on "Anything Like This," a fast-paced, upbeat track that would fit well in a club setting. McKenzie continues with strong songs like "Pour," where the laidback pop-rock verses seamlessly give way to a passionate rock chorus that's reminiscent of Alanis Morissette, while "New Leaf" shifts the instrumentation from piano/soft percussion to complicated electric guitar sounds, conjures happy memories of '90s pop rock.
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