The title of this album alone should tell you what I think of this album. It does exactly what it says on the tin and is exactly the kind of album I’ve been looking for of late. This is an absolutely stunning album of beautiful, delicate songs. From the opener ‘Half-Moon Stunned’, Finn takes us on a journey that is, at times, so fragile that I fear his voice is not going to make it through each song. The lovely atmospheric instrumentation used on songs such as ‘Boy-Cott’, and on the instrumental fills between each full song, add so much to the album. However, it is at his most delicate where this musician excells. ‘Dew’ is simply exquisite with his voice straying to paths not dissimilar to that of Sigur Ros. This is the best lo-fi album I have bought since Elliott Smith released Either/Or. Of course, there is often more instrumentation on this album than on Either/Or but the voice and the songs are in the same vain and leave me with the same satsified feeling. There’s tragedy in this voice. A sense of being lost in such a big world. All the things that made Elliott Smith special for me are in evidence here and that excites me. I can’t imagine this coming off my stereo anytime soon. Another great find by Erased Tapes.