Well it certainly sounds like it. The album sits somewhere between the old and the new Erasure. Imagine 'Nightbird' but with odd acknowledgements to 'Wonderland' and 'Circus' and you're not too far away. If you like the more dance based sound of the late eighties then this could be the LP that rekindles your interest in our heroes.
The up-tempo numbers are all worthy of a mention with 'Be with You' a standard issue opener from Vince, 'Fill us with Fire' a sure-fire Eurovision winner, 'I Lose Myself' a dark pulsing classic, and 'Then I go Twisting' a cheesy disco anthem. 'A Whole Lotta Love Run Riot' steals the show however, with a commercial dancefloor filler that puts the likes of Madonna, Kylie and Cher firmly in their place; it's camp, catchy and a bundle of fun.
If this is anything to go by Vince and Andy can continue for many years to come. A beautiful CD cover as well, which could well be a first for Erasure.