After approximately 20 seconds of nothing, the album gets underway with “Control”, which sets the general tone of the album from the word go, however delayed. It’s a soft, acoustic indie ballad with a light sprinkling of piano and some soothing string sections, all sounding very nice, but it’s Ragsy’s voice that sounds a little forced in places, could ideally do with taking it down a notch to suit the music itself. "Roll Me Out Like A Stone” for example, gets the sound just right, and in places has hints of STEREOPHONICS at its core; an early highlight.
“Give In (Desire)” and other tracks such as “Morning Sun” and “Turn A Light On” all carry with them the pleasant melodies that keep the album ticking along, especially the latter, again, utilizing a subtle Stereophonics influence, more so with the ever so slightly husky notes of Ragsy’s vocals, before we eventually finish up on “Feels Like Home”, which just like the opening track, takes forever to get going, which is quite frankly just a waste of time, considering there’s little that stands out. To call Ragsy a talent show reject would be harsh, so ignoring the fact he ever appeared on one, we’ll take this at face value, and really there’s little going for it either way. Sure it’s got pleasant moments, and he at least has the capability of writing his own material (he does show potential here) but sadly, feels like no more than background music for a coffee shop, for example.