/Post-rock, Indie rock, Alternative
rock, Soft rock, Duyster/
Comment:although this handful of pieces starts
off like a colourless, mediocre guitar issue the Brussels-based duo embarks on
to develop slowly by adding new layers and motives into iterative guitar gears.
At times it chimes like a daydreaming combo who has no hurry and obligation to
move on somewhere. They just enjoy recent moments and being in creation. One
could hear glockenspiel chords to accompany guitars and at Twirls synths will take a lead to conjure up more soft rock-alike
milieu, however being intersected with soaring post-rock guitar keys. Ultimately it could be said it is a solid output which deserves its
title. The issue is a part of the discography of Higher Living Records.