Celebration's dreamy 'Walk On,' a track from its new "Albumin" (Bella Union), opens with a high-hat shake and bass line combo that recalls girl-group pop. "Walk, you better walk on," Katrina Ford sings, "find your way home, I know you're lost." A keyboard fill comes in behind her, and by this time, the finger-snapping 1960s R&B vibe is unmistakable. Ford compliments that with "Oh, girl, go dry your eyes/ don't let him see you cry," before the song explodes into a cheery sunburst. This Celebration admittedly sounds worlds away from the band that led off its 2005 self-titled debut album with 'War,' a propulsive jolt of martial drums, organ stabs, and Ford's confrontational voice ripping through the mettle like ammunition rounds.