After two albums of varying quality, with 'Static And Silence' The Sunday's finally got the balance between 'indie folk noodling' and 'commerciality' dead right. All of the songs on this album have a distinct personality of their own yet as a whole they fit together as part of one of the greatest albums of all time. Single 'Summertime' is just about as magnificent an upbeat yet whistful ode to the summer as has been recorded while conversely the other single 'Cry' has an overpowering sentimentality about it that just cannot fail to touch you and bring a tear to you eye. Harriet Wheeler's voice is superb throughout this album and for once (I feel her voice was rather 'lost' on their previous albums) her and David Gavurin's production really brings the beauty and variation in her voice to the forefront of the mix. Two superb, but totally different, tracks 'Homeward' and 'Folk Song' litterally drip with emotion and serve best to highlight what I mean about Harriet's vocals. 'Another Flavour' has a 'How Soon Is Now' sound to it and will appeal to those sensitive to our Mozzer's most emotional works, as will the hauntingly beautiful 'When I'm Thinking About You'. The use of orchestration really adds to the atmospheric nature of the songs too and (I feel) gives the overall sound the 'body' the duo's previous albums were lacking. If you like, whistful, intelligent, acoustic folk with a slightly commercial edge you simply must buy this album, you won't find a better one.