The issue with this album is two-fold. The music is rather dull, and trite. The artist attempted to focus on lyrics and paid little attention to melodies that evoked either emotion or the ability to create a theme.
The vocals are poor in every instance. Regretfully there is the semblance of excessive auto-tune and voice modulation which is unfortunate. One gets the impression that you are not hearing the artist in true form. The vocals are thin, and perhaps with some coaching and practice there could be improvement. But as it is, it is not enjoyable to listen to. The album is depressing in the most dull way.
"Moving on" could have been an excellent track without the auto-tune, poor synth sounds and cheap click-beat track. It sounds like karaoke tracks you can purchase on iTunes.
I'm guessing this is a first attempt by this artist and for that, anyone who puts out an album deserves the credit of someone putting their work out there. It's not bad. It's just not good, and I think the artist will learn from this, and their subsequent work will improve.
I love Robbie's music because I can relate to his songs. It has a great melody and I can't get enough of it. I love "lovers lullabye" and "so close".