Zero 7's Henry Binns moved out to the country for this album, which is where they recorded most of it, and the change of scenery has apparently had some effect. This time around it sounds like they're channelling almost a Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young vibe. Lots of acoustic guitars and a vintage trippy folk rock sound are heard throughout. Jose González lends some guest vocals, along with long-time collaborator Sia Furler, and Binns steps up to the mic for the first time as well. It feels like a bunch of friends jamming on a farm, even if there are still a few electronica elements here and there.