MacPherson's vocals are what really set her apart from the (very crowded) crowd. She's got a warmth and confidence, but it doesn't mask an underlying beauty.
The arrangements are beyond the standard folk rock/pop. They can be infectious ("This One"), twangy ("Bent & Unkind"), or just get your butt moving ("Summer Salute").
In the end you're left wanting some more poison-tongued lyrics, rougher edges and a harsher exterior to these songs. If that comes it would be easy to see MacPherson step up alongside musicians like Emma-Lee and Lindi Ortega as the cream of the crop in this space.
Verdict: Borrow it