A lovely solo album from Teenage Fanclubs Gerard Love, borrowing members from other Scottish bands like Belle and Sebastian and the Pastels to form a supportive relaxed group ensemble . It has an unhurried mellow feel, an album that you can immerse yourself in for the summer. Overall most tracks are similarly moderately paced,and pleasantly glide over you, like being immersed in a gently lapping warm sea. Lots of references to sunlight, solar rays, and even a track called The Warmth of the Sun, with plenty of attractive Beach Boys lite vocal harmonies. There is also a plant theme , with tracks with titles such as Every Blossom, and Photosynthesis. This has grown on me with repeated listens. There are trademark jangly guitars chiming out, but also more subtle flute and pipes. A very pleasant interim filler between proper Teenage Fanclub albums. It works well as a whole album to be taken in a single relaxed listen, without any individual tracks really shining out.