Kicking off with the delicious strains of “Double Helix”, a single that has already tested the water, sets the perfect tone for this gorgeous and graceful album. A masterclass in balancing ambient drift with more tethered and together musical structures, a pop song cloaked in gossamer tones and lush textures and tipping hats to the likes of Cocteau Twins and bands more firmly ensconced in the gothic ethos….

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