Times of Felt Mountain oneiric trips are far, Supernature signs the second step closest to former Black Cherry (2oo3): - it means that Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory are still right on the way of electroclash and pop-dance (see the video for single Oh La La, it's pure glam porn), like if after Their primordial love for Ennio Morricone, there was Blondie
around the corner, fighting against buzzing live-wire synths. The
point, what it lacks with this record, it's the same Alison
parenthesis: - we know She's got an amazing voice, but none of these
synth pop tracks is able to bring Her higher in the Sky as on cinematic and elegant Lovely Head[audio sample via Mute]. - Yeah, She stays languid and sexy, with breathy vocals (listen Koko, kind of futuristic strip-club hit), and fucking trendy tunes (Satin Chic seems stolen at best of 8o's Depeche Mode/Soft Cell), vintage, as well as volatile (Time Out from the World is a good icy love-song). But probably this was the limit to (best?) balance making-money-chance with Inspiration. Shit.