a chilled, low-key album with lots and lots of beautiful layers. "are you even paying attention to me right now?". Fresh Air starts with an almost tropical welcome, setting the listener in a very pleasant mood right there in the beginning. An electric-guitar becomes a mix of synths, an echo'y voice and an high-pitched beat in Call Me Up, and that pattern goes along the entire album.
Every Single Thing unravels a more feminine voice and the album tends to a much more danceable vibe, but still instrospective, with a stoner-like sound design. The album spins around these two sets of moods, until it goes a whole other way with tracks like Timing and Khmlwugh, where the album gravitates to a more electronic/experimental vibe, and this is where @thelabradorwolf thinks Peter Sagar really separated himself from his earlier influences seen in In the Shower and Midnight Snack, Sagar's first albums.
/"oh and again; kissing, hugging, making love and getting high"/
Fresh Air, this time the track, tends to a more relaxed/hangover kind of feel, which is very reasonable after the climax seen in the three previous songs. Fast winds blowing, streched guitars and voices; a preparation for the second part of the album, starting with Serious.
The track is super pleasant , and it puts you in the right set of mind to listen to @thelabradorwolf's favourite r&b rifs and elastic aesthetics from So She, the more up-beat/clean piece of the album. From there we go back to that high-to-the-sky mood, almost creating an interesting cycle linking Hello Welcome with This Way.
Overall the album is a nice practice of killer guitar effects, synths and that 90's glorious awkwardness. @thelabradorwolf highly recomends the album, it deserves to be experienced.