Now into a decade of recording, Norwich's Fiel Garvie have quietly worked away on their ambient pop confections. Influenced just as much by the celebratory powers of The Concretes as the likes of Mercury Rev, much of their distinctive sound stems from Anne Reekie's intimate whisper of a vocal whilst no less than three keyboard players create the required otherworldliness. There are epic choruses abound on 'The Palace Lights', the cute, slightly wonky melody of 'Daylight' and the lovely sighing harmonies at the core of 'Shy Away'. The album's centrepiece, though, is 'Airsong'; a surprisingly simple tune but its hook-line and sublime arrangement is dreampop heaven. Although still a relatively unknown act in their home country, on this album Fiel Garvie fill a gap in the market which has been left vacant since the demise of The Delgados.