The trend for child-like, innocent pop began in the 1980's where groups like The Colourfield and The Lotus Eaters (and perhaps even the Smiths) were unafraid to sing about love in an unashamedly romantic manner. This movement probably cleared the way for bands like Canada's Stars to exist. Each group member introduces themselves by name at the begining of the album followed by each of them saying "This is my heart". The sleeve pictures of young children and a secret door lead neatly on to the songs themselves which are all about harmonies and melodies of a very British-sounding stripe. The album boasts the superb recent single 'Elevator Love Letter' sounding like a mid-way collision between a poppy-phase Lush and Dubstar on particularly good form. It is followed not far behind by the excellent 'Look Up'. Throughout there's some exemplary interplay between vocalists Amy Millan and Torquil Campbell as they make a mockery of any accusation that everything seems a little too cute or nice in their world. Indeed, this is pure pop confectionery of the very sweetest kind.