While its relentless chirpiness may be a little too twee for some, Eliza Doolittle is still a beguiling debut that would undoubtedly have found an audience even without the benefit of her showbiz background.
This is ear candy that's meant to be pleasing rather than personal, and avoids political or controversial topics. That does not make it boring. In fact, just the opposite is true. There are many charms to be found within.
Ultimately, this is a nice, pleasant debut album which will make the perfect accompaniment to a fair few summer barbecues this year, but which may not be listened to much once the grey skies and dark nights of October are upon us.