The lyrics are pure teenage desperation, but that isn't a fault… in fact, it would be strange to sing about anything else on a record like this. Although the entire record is solid, the standout tracks are right up front. It's a great blend of playful and painful, and leads perfectly into the more upbeat boy-crazy jingle, "Hey School Boy," an eyelash-batting tart of pop-teasery.
Stefy Rae is the voice and frontwoman of the band, my goodness she is beautiful and has an amazing voice. The album opens with "Chelsea" which was Stefy's debut single. Most people should know this electronic pop track as it was quite big in the charts. About an evil woman named Chelsea who tries to steal Stefy Rae's boyfriend, in the video Stefy Rae puts her boyfriend on trial for cheating on her.
The song is very catchy, and a short little ditty at only One of the album's best tracks. Track 2 is "Hey School Boy" - another album higlight. The song is about Stefy Rae's relationship with a younger man, who is actually at school.
Very, very addictive. The next track is "Love You To Death" - another more electronic song, this is less pop sounding then the previous two tracks.
But it's still good, the chorus is amazing. Stefy Rae's vocals are a bit understated but that doesn't take away from the song that much. Next up is "Orange County" - this is what I consider to be the album's outstanding track and my personal favourite on the CD. The first slower song we've heard from Stefy so far, this is absolutely gorgeous. Stefy Rae's vocals are crystal clear and absolutely amazing, her voice is so sweet on this track. This song has a meaning behind it too, about a teenage couple who fall in love, then the girl finds out she's pregnant and their lives change in an instant.
An absolute gem of a track, this is beautiful. A definite listen-to. Next up is "Where Are The Boys. But this track has more of a dancey beat then the latter track.
I think this one is better then "Where Are The Boys" it has better lyrics and is more catchy. I like the way Stefy Rae sings "no more you" in the chorus. Unlike "County" this track is upbeat, and is another shorter one at This song is really good, it's catchy and cute. I'm not sure what the song is actually about, but it's great.
Track 8 is "Lucky Girl. Connect to Spotify Dismiss. Search Search. Play album. Length Related Tags alternative alternative rock new wave rock pop-rock Add tags View all tags. From The Album Play album. The Orange Album Stefy 30, listeners. Hey schoolboy Come over here Tell me your name Whisper in my ear waaayoo waaayoo ugh Hey schoolboy You're only 17 You live down the street I think… View full lyrics.
Play track. Artist images 11 more. Stefy Rae receives outstanding feedback from music critics; her "feisty" or "foxy" style is often compared to Gwen Stefani and P! Although they have established a cult following, the group has not found much wide-stream popularity … read more. Their debut album, Th… read more. Similar Artists Play all. Trending Tracks 1. Features Exploring the local sounds and scenes at Noise Pop Fest. Albums of the latest and loved, and the ones to look out for discover By okspud1 15 Feb am.
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Official Stefy logo.Their debut album, The Orange Album, was released by Wind-up Records on August 28, and in the UK on April 23, Stefy Rae receives outstanding feedback from music critics; her "feisty" or "foxy" style is often compared to Gwen Stefani and P!nk. Although they have established a cult following, the group has not found much wide-stream.