Stars:

2.5/5

The local songbird does a decent

Dusty

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on the final track, her cover of Springfield's torchpop classic

Spooky

. But despite Fay penning the bulk of the songs on this, her sophomore album, it still plays like a collection of covers selected for their easy-listening potential. True, she has added some variety by employing an occasional gritty hip-hop bassline (as on the passable single and title track), while the ballad

Jessica

comes with a heartfelt lyric, and

Love is a Bitch

comes with a pleasantly punchy groove. Otherwise, though, this is essentially a selection of interchangeable and forgettable pop-soul of little personality.

-TimeOut