I've never really been into Marillion, so I'm not sure why I chose to buy this project involving Marillion's guitarist. Maybe it was the haunting cover, or the unearthly-looking lead singer. Whatever the reason, I'm glad I did. Beautifully restrained, ethereal folksy-rock is the best I can describe this. Many of the tracks are sedate and acoustic-driven, underpinning beautifully delicate female vocals; occasionally there is a more up-tempo, rockier number to wake you up - all are welcome and you wouldn't want to lose any of them. Think a snowy winter's night, in a cabin on a hillside far away from habitation, with stars in the sky... and you have perhaps a taste of this music. I wish they'd do another one.