'The Day After Tomorrow' was composed using just a laptop and a microphone and of course the considerable talents of Darvin Serge Jones. Over the course of forty-seven minutes, he's managed to produce a record of warm, intelligent compositions.
Jones' voice isn't the most powerful of instruments (songs are generally "sung" in the impassive manner of a shoegazing frontman) but he does a neat version of The Notwist on 'This Is'. Mainly, though, it's the non-vocalised tracks which are the better ones. 'The Story Never Ends', 'A Subject We Don't Speak Of', 'Untitled #2'and the inappropriately named 'Fuck' figure prominently for their robust yet forlorn and pretty melodies; partly informed by New Order but with acoustic effects to suggest more modern "folktronica" artists. An excellent beginning from such modest foundations.