Laura Comfort has released Don't Ignore Me which in her own words is very personal resulting from a long relationship breaking-up. Bearing this in mind throughout the album Laura Comfort wants to experience her new found freedom and this is evident in the pop songs, Come Take A Ride, Cherry Lips and Take A Chance.
Majority of the tracks on Don't Ignore Me are pop rock numbers, and they quickly get you jivin' and leaving you in a good mood for the rest of the day.
Songs that reflect her new found liberty, but tells the story of things that have left an imprint on her is the ballad, It Hurts.
Quite clearly Before It's Too Late is a subject all of us will get to in our life, questioning ourselves and Laura's further reflective moments consumes the words in this track.
Addicted and I'm Going Crazy are electronic delights, the latter perfect for the hot summer days and disco floors.
Though Angelina Jolie wasn't written by Laura Comfort, the music kicks you into a bounce and the song deals with the fantasy of wanting to be someone else and to think Dame Angelina Jolie (high five to Great Britain) as she is now-known, that her lifestyle is full of glitz and glamour . But just to mention Dame Angelina Jolie has not only succeeded in her acting profession but the relentless campaigning on issues far removed from the comfort zone of America.
Many people can relate to the disco fusion song Was It Me. The questioning of why the other person didn't call-back, or want a relationship with you? The correct term would-be more commonly known as unrequited love.
If a woman gets confused with relationships then no wonder men get it wrong when it comes to the opposite sex, and Don't Ignore Me has good rhyming words that can make you smile if the lyrics hit home to you.
The finishing track Goodbye leaves you thinking whether Laura Comfort will return with another album, or is this it? Hope not. But that wouldn't be describing this haunting and delicate song about love lost and thinking about the past. The song can relate to broken friendships just as well as lovers falling out of love.