MOJO described Davies as being in possession of "a devastatingly powerful voice". The Observer called it "a blackly witty break up album...compelling", while PROG magazine described the record as "Kate Bush’s Hounds Of Love
updated for the 21st century". On the album, Catherine plays a variety of instruments, including piano, guitar, flute, omnichord, mellotron, wurlitzer, glockenspiel, and celeste, as well as sampling church bells, and an orchestra of typewriters, with the genre-hopping, expansive production draws on influences as far and wide as Prince, Roxy Music, The Carpenters, and David Bowie.
As a co-writer & producer, she has worked alongside a variety of well-established names including a 5 song contribution to the Top 20 album Spooky Action
by Paul Draper
). She also appears as a guest vocalist on the duet 'Dylan & Caitlin' with fellow Welsh rockers Manic Street Preachers