The first half of Sun and Moon feels almost like what we used to call a concept album, taken up as it is by three titular tracks which are variations on a theme. Central to this is the long and luscious main track which has already been released as a single in its own right. For those who missed it the first time around it is odd and edgy, an angular electronic feast of jittery beats and pulsating strobes of music, an avant-pop, experimental dance hybrid like little you have heard before. Either side of this is two satellite tracks, strange intro-outro fragments ranging from fragmented folkiness to distorted spoken word oddness…

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