I first started listening to Devendra Banhart with the release of Nino Rojo and loved its simplicity, the beautiful three minute folk songs of At the Hop, We all know and Be kind. However in the next two albums Cripple Crow and Smokey Rolls down Thunder Canyon the songs (and whole albums) became longer and longer. This seems to have gone hand in hand with Noah Georgesons control as producer. Now however What will we be comes along with so much more focus, beautiful melodies and thoughtful production its almost like all the wishy washy previous material has been washed clean. All in all a great work.