Andy Gibson's second full-length album was recorded on a two week retreat in Raglan, New Zealand. The basis of the album was an individual effort of trying to create new sonic landscapes for existing songs. What came out is some distance from the shiny folk-rock of debut album "behind the i", but the meaning and the heart are still there.
There is something circus-y about Scales and Gracious Pirouette, while Indian Sky is soft and lush featuring dulcimer and the vocals of Caitlin Smith. Cello is a recurring feature throughout the album, forming an acoustic bridge between all the sequenced sounds and the vocals.