With titles including 'Understanding Heavy Metal' and 'The Last Mosquito Flight Of Summer' one might assume that Lorna are the kind of band who indulge in humourless guitar solos. Yet far more indicative is that this Nottingham band are signed to the Words On Music label, who have produced a few shoegazing/slow-core albums in their time. Slow-core is the strong theme here or even "Low-core" such is the obvious similarity between Lorna's style and Low's obsession with downbeat vocals and snail-paced guitars. There's a few songs here which struggle to step out from their compatriots' shadow but equally, there's much to enjoy. As it turns out those aforementioned imaginatively-titled tracks are also their best songs; the 'Mosquito' piece features some beautiful singing from Sharon Cohen, a welcome faster pace, some subtle strings and what sounds like a theremin. 'Swans' and 'Snow Song' possess a natural warmth whilst 'He Dreams Of Spaceships' and 'Will You Still Love Me Yesterday?' ache with romantic longing. All of which makes this record a perfect provider of comfort for sensitive souls.