features lyrics and vocals from King Creosote (Fence Collective member and Scottish music wellspring) with music by Jon Hopkins (composer, studio wizard and Eno collaborator). It's a true labor of love, recorded over several years, whenever Jon and KC could get together. The result is a suite of emotion ranging from cracked despair to patched-up euphoria. Described by King Creosote as a "soundtrack to a romanticized version of a life lived in a Scottish coastal village, the record weaves in slices of life, bike wheels, spring tides, tea cups and cafe chatter."
"What emerges is a trippy travelogue, a soundscape that reinvigorates Anderson's songs....A cohesive single work of true beauty. 4 stars out of 5" --Record Collector Magazine