They don't lose the path taken with In the Gloaming (2011, > review), and this single CD masterfully projects his shadow en pleine grÔce on a bucolic air, elegantly suspended over a neo-classical arrangement, richly emphasized by soave cello and celestial female vocals, that is Kylie.
The b/w version goes simply ethereal and epic, blissfully mournful, in the way of standing in front a disarming beauty.
Think Love Spirals Downwards, if you need a coordinate. As well as also Cranes' bside, Leave her to heaven II.
Just waiting to grab their full length record.
not yet, probably nobody cares, or nobody cared enough to tell something. Also: nobody reads komakino.