This is a great album and finally it's got a UK release. Buy it, you won't regret it. How The Wrens aren't much much bigger is shocking. Stylistically, the album jumps around quite a bit - some lo-fi mournful numbers, some great big choppy rock songs, some slow builders. This can occasionally jar a little. Ultimately though, this album is packed with heartfelt, sometimes heartbroken, well written indie rock songs. If you like the Pixies, Pavement, Sonic Youth, Sebadoh (or indeed any classic American indie rock band) then you'll like this. If that doesn't convince you, buy it just to hear the lead singer screaming 'Baby' on the closing track. This alone is better than quite a few albums by other bands.