Considered by many to be his strongest album yet, it is packed full with lush, psychedelic electronica with 60's-inspired vocals and truly mesmerizing production. This is another one of those albums that is best experienced with a good pair of headphones and a full listen from start to finish. Here are a few quality thoughts on the album from Lost at Sea:
"Nine tracks in all, Snaith truly blazes through Andorra in a streak of diversity, continuing with "She's The One," which features the vocals of fellow Canuck and Junior Boys member Jeremy Greenspan. Two tracks later, the Eastern-flavored pop nugget "Eli" is a great homage to Sgt. Pepper-era Beatles, and the closest thing I've heard to that album since it last spun on my Technics."