If you were a fan of Lenka's sweetly innocent pop tunes from her first album, then read no further. This album is just as sweet, just as catchy, and even a bit more diverse. "Two" starts the album off, reminding you why you loved lenka in the first place. "Roll With the Punches", the most popular song off the album thus far, is - in my opinion - too derivitive of "The Show" from her last album. Not to say that's bad, but I know that she has more to offer. We move on to a haunting little track called "Blinded by Love", which feels like she's weeping the chorus in a good way. Definitely give it a listen a few times to really feel it. Around this time, I was looking for a change. That's when "You Will Be Mine" came on. It's a catchy 80's track. You'll like it. Finally, we have "The End of the World". In this song, Lenka cranks up her sweet factor to eleven. If you've ever been in love - and I mean real, true love - you'll really relate to this song.
I use the word sweet often when describing Lenka, because that one word describes practically everything about her music - from her lyrics and vocals, to her tempo and melodies. It usually manages to avoid being corny, mostly because it sounds honest. Start with "The Show" from her last album or "Roll with the Punches" from this one and, if you like it, download the rest. It's all pretty good.