Piano-led, ambient, optimistic. Think Moby, sea spray and light blue. There’s much freshness to be found in this glittery tundra of an album, with doses of warm, round mahogany drumming throughout, balancing out the sharp air, as found in Lesson. The vocal on Keep Me is Unfinished Sympathy-esque, but chopped up with lime squeezed all over it, in that typically trip hop, messy simplicity. Enough piano is found throughout each of the fifteen tracks to make a tidy family, but so many different textures can be found dancing up steady inclines, racing to the mountain top when the moment is right. Mousehole does it for me – heavy breath hanging in the air, car not starting, yet a calm “So what?” trundles on. Lull drops in a thawed-out cave judder midway through, and Don’t Leave Me in the Dark slings a rucksack over your shoulder and rolls you through a fairy-infested forest.