If, like me, you have grown to become rather disillusioned with Radiohead output post OK Computer, this dip into the work of their drummer was something of a shot in the dark; a search for some answers as to where the Radiohead components sit as individual musicians. The discovery on this album has been pleasantly reassuring. The opening track Coming up for Air is catchy and well delivered with its electronic motif that doesn't descend into over-indulgence. This sets the tone for an album that is essentially very easy to listen to whilst never straying too far from some of the elements that Radiohead followers will identify with. Having said that, Selway puts his own mark on this album by not over-doing the percussion but allowing a band identity to emerge. Strings are used to colour the music beautifully on some tracks but the use of keyboards, including the mellotron, give such atmosphere that one is drawn back to the late 1960s in feel and overall sound. I cannot fault any of the tracks because each one gives the listener something new and interesting to listen to. If you like Radiohead then this is certainly worth investing in. As a stand alone album it should appeal to those who enjoy something fresh, melodic and on the progressive spectrum. A small tip; take the car out for a night time spin and play this at a lowish volume. It does have that 'something of the night' about it!