'Signs', featuring Eden Prince is a sure-fire toe-tapper; bright electronic pop that builds, perfect for hitting the dancefloor too.
It's not all bright bubbly summer vibes though. "I'll get even with you someday, so you can feel it too" Starley laments in 'Bad Love', telling as the all-too-familiar tale of being with someone who causes you pain, but you love them anyway and 'Can't live without your ba-ba-bad love".
There's a stripped-back cover of Tracey Chapman's 'Fast Car', which is a bold choice. While nothing comes close to the original, this is a gorgeous attempt.
Starley's also championing love and acceptance with the track 'Love is love', and is a definite strong addition to the album. 'How do I break this news to your mother' she sings in this LGBTQI anthem. 'We've got to hold on to each other, gotta hold on real tight' 'cause love is love'.
There's an interlude in there – which seems to be a popular feature in albums now; Lady Gaga featured two on her most recent album Chromatica. Some people love them, some people hate them, was it necessary? Probably not.