The whole thing feels a little like a piece of theatre, stage-ready with your imagination to fill in the visuals.
Mainly instrumental, then, and a love letter to the employment of adding reverb to sound, this album represents huge trips of introspection and simple melodic and tonal exploration – marking it out as something of a one-off. The fact that it all kind of hangs together as one concept is surprising, but it definitely does.
This is a rare kind of music that you can actually create your own art or music in the company of, without feeling distracted or overly influenced. It works for you, not against you.
The simplicity of the composition can either seem heavily juxtaposed with, or completely at one with, the very idea of infinity.