The single 'Bones' provided a preview of this album: dense orchestration, relaxed and mellow tunes, ethereal vocals. The full album lives up to the promise of 'Bones' in full, offering an utterly sublime saunter through a complex, laid back and - yes - joyful soundscape. It's hard not to use the word 'psychedelic' somewhere in any review, so let's get it out of the way now. Like their spiritual ancestors, Pink Floyd, A Mountain of One reward both casual and careful listening; there's an instant connection with this record, but repeated listening reveals more and deeper pleasures. Indispensible.