Perhaps the most beautiful piece I've played this much since Panda Bear's "Person Pitch", Brooklyn's High Places' debut is a soft spoken, ambient, optimistic, miracle of an album. Full of layered sound-scapes and child-like innocence (best suited for headphones or ear-buds), the duo have a aesthetic essence about them; in fact, it wouldn't be too far off to categorize the music as "other/spiritual". On the self titled full-length, the band further exposes their unique brand of eclectic brilliance. Tracks like "Gold Coin" and "Vision's The First..." are upbeat and light, while beautiful sleepers like "From Stardust To Sentence", "Papaya Year", and "Golden" are down right intoxicating (in a good way). All together the album is in awesome standing; boasting only 10 tracks. Once you've listened to the last one, you'll be ready to hear the first one again....... and again....... and yeah, even again.