Cordelia and her stellar band recorded their first studio album named Threshold in 2011- produced and engineered by Riley McMahon at the New Warsaw Studio, Brooklyn, NY. "The album's title describes a step into a new musical era and arena" says artist Cordelia Stephens; "It also alludes to the themes of love and loss- to taking a leap into the unknown and to the delight of finding out what is on the other side." The heart of the record is found in the upbeat jams evoking the sounds of the late 60s, complete with trumpet section, in songs such as You'll Know the Words and It Used to Be So Easy. It is an eclectic album encompassing all out rock songs such as I'll Find a Way and Drive, with gentler British folk sounds heard in the nostalgic reflection that is The Shapes of London and in the dreamy voice/cello duet Fall Slowly. The lap steel in Fine Line and slow 6/8 grove of Remember to Forget introduce a country sound- crowned by the bar room hootenanny of Spring Break Up. Producer Riley McMahon's skillful arrangements and electric guitar sounds and Cordelia's distinctive voice and vision, bring the album into the myriad focus of a kaleidoscope.