The 12-track album opens with really sensual piano chords, accompanied with smooth vocal tones from Melbourne songwriter, Woodes. It’s all up from there really; the album is sexy and holds a serious groove from the first track to the last.
The second track, ‘Lowkey’ is upbeat, mixing rap and smooth R’n’B. ‘Montego’ moves into a more synthy, electronic track, beautifully balanced with soft piano tones and touches of deep bass. The album is filled with variety from softer, slower tracks to full-body dance beats, like ‘Get To Know’, which features the one and only, Winston Surfshirt; it would be almost impossible to listen to this song and sit still.
‘Lovelight’ is a beautiful goodbye for the album; upbeat and almost tropical… the kind of track you’d listen to in the morning and you’d be guaranteed a good day; that sorta vibe. Cosmo’s Midnight takes synth electronic and flips it on its head, promising 39 minutes euphoric dance.
Reviewed by Aine Keogh