Five tracks about love and lust, about people and places, sung and played halfway between a living room and a recording studio. Five tracks written by Minta and produced by multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire Nuno Rafael. «Minta is a singer-songwriter of lost loves and disquietude. [...] There's a likeness to Feist or Aimee Mann in the languid guitars or the sparse notes of the piano. But, more than this, more than the nocturnal mood of these gentle lullabies, there is in the beauty of the vocal harmonies, that shine a spectral light on the melody, a mark that makes itself noticed: a confessional chamber pop that is nearly folk (as in "A Song to Celebrate Our Love"), that spins around in spectorean guitars and swirls like a merry-go-round in slow motion ("Search Skin Deep"). [...] You is a very good pronouncement for the album that will follow. Mário Lopes, Ípsilon (Público), January 2009.