"Something that your heart beats for," lilts Coco in a warm maternal croon. She's the most empathetic of singers as she tells the plain-looking "Average Fruit" loners to find their passion, and celebrates women that fill out "Jeans" in different shapes. But she has a strong voice, too, that she displays to great effect on "Buster Keaton." Producer Robin Hannibal makes placid nu-soul beats, and adds a little spice with the swinging '60s doo-wop of "Pressure" and "Slippin." The Copenhagen duo's music sounds wonderfully abstract, leaving nothing between the listener and their emotive hearts.