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This is the second stdio offerring from this Ozzie band. It's a bit more experimental than their first (Polyserina) and takes a bit of getting into, but once you overcome the initial listen it's a great album of various styled songs.
It is a mixed bag of different sounds and ideas, but they work well together. We have indie-guitar sounds with violins, brass, jazzy grooves, flutes...yeah a mad combination at times, but with Katie Noonan's etherial vocals and Tyrone Noonan's sturdy voice it seems to work perfectly.