With the likes of Björk, Anja Garbarek and Stina Nordenstam now arguably past the peak of their careers, the stage is left open for a new Scandinavian artist to step up to the plate. Jenny Wilson will be a new name on the scene to many but she has spent time in a number of obscure Swedish bands and on the evidence of her debut, the solo route seems like the best option. Although there are elements of many of her contemporaries in her approach, Wilson has her own style; applying her soulful vocals to predominantly electronic material but all the time adopting a distinctly pop-orientated direction. 'Let My Shoes Lead Me Forward' and the excellent title track bounce along amiably in verse-chorus format. Disco-flavoured number 'Bitter? No I Just Love To Complain' seems to impinge on Feist territory but with shrill vocals, yet on 'Love Ain't Just A Four Letter Word' she comes into her own with a quirky little song that features an abundance of endearing vocal inflections and tics. This isn't a perfect start by any means but some of the individualistic touches on this self-produced effort promise more consistent records for the future.