With their third album the band’s intention was to capture earlier sounds from the ‘50s - ‘60s and give them a modern flavour. This approach comes across strongly in the lead and backing vocal treatment of songs such as Hairdo and Into My Arms. Katy Steele’s high voice is well suited to this style of delivery. Most of the album consists of low key pop-ballads and it rarely takes off into something more lively. The main exceptions are Summarize (which with its “Kiss-Kiss Bang-Bang” lyrics is up there with the band’s best) and the part ballad, part country stomp of opening track Brother. The secret track at the end, an instrumental number with a beautiful blend of keys and cello, will appear if you keep Confetti running for nine minutes. Stay Wild with its poignant tones backed by string arrangements is another great song. Katy’s diction sometimes makes the lyrics hard to understand, but there is no mistaking the emotion invested in this record that runs through every song. The plaintive vibe will pull at the heart strings even if the words aren’t clear. Fans of the band will love this latest effort.