'Bryter Layer' was released later in the year but showed no signs of Drake's creative muse drying up. 'One Of These Things First' must be one of the best tracks he ever wrote; it's a delightful laid-back combination of tinkling piano, brisk drumming, all topped off with Drake's wistful vocals. Hazey Jane I and II are reflective bedsit-folk and almost country rock respectively but despite their differences they both work impressively. Fans of The Cardigans will recognise the flute used on the title track from 'Gordon's Gardenparty' from their own 'Life' album. Credit must also go to the the other musicians who worked on 'Bryter Layter' including folk mainstays such as Dave Mattacks and Richard Thompson so it's a more collaborative affair. However, this album still maintained Drake's unique sound.