"Closet Wanderings", while mostly close to its predecessor, explores many different areas. "Secrets & Lies" is ultra cool electro, bordering on futurepop, as is bouncy "Urban Diseases" with a marvelous, almost Italo-like, melody line. Leanings toward her indie roots can be heard in "Torturous Pleasure" and "Feel the Music", where more acoustics are used and the song structure are more straight forward. While I prefer the more electronic side of Emmon, both these sound styles work very well on "Closet Wanderings". Enhancing the album even further are a couple of beautiful instrumentals, like the breezy "Belarusian Night".
Overall, this is a high quality electropop album, efficiently conveying Nylén's all round skills. Song writing, sound tweaking and thoughtful lyricism come easy to this Swedish talent and hopefully the world will see it this time.