It may not be immediately apparent but The Montgolfier Brothers now claim that the "chinks of light are getting brighter all the time". The title song may suggest otherwise as the key lyric is "All my bad thoughts are yours, distilled to pure hate" but the delivery is so sensitively performed, Roger Quigley could be singing about the smile on a newborn child's face. The album sees a further move away from popular music; making inroads into classical territory and ever more sedate arrangements. Nostalgia is also high on the agenda. Two of the key tracks, 'Journey's End' and 'Koffee Pot Blues' - already featured on their EP - yearn for happier, more innocent times and though the pace sometimes veers towards the funereal, the mood is subtle and introspective rather than overbearing and self-pitying. Sunday mornings were made for this kind of record.