I'm listening to the track The Real (on a stationary train). A drifting essence of some parts of Apollo, a woman speaking close to the the microphone, some occasional distortion. Crisp yet textured.
The most obvious reference from recent work is the last track on Another Day on Earth, Bone Bomb. If you like that then this may well be a good purchase.
I'm reminded of Lou Reed's The Raven, and of the Blue Notebooks by Max Richter where Tilda Swinton reads some passages. On Drums between Bells there is a strong sense of the space between each word. I read that Brian Eno used people with voices he liked to read the words of Rick Holland (who I was unaware of). Sometime his Polish book keeper, and other people from his immediate community.
There is a funkiness that crops up here and there which has a trace of Nerve Net and Spinner.
For me this is a more exciting piece than Brian Eno's last album Craft on a Milk Sea.