Surbiton trio Semble defy easy pigeon-holing with their eclectic, multi-instrumental set-up. The choirgirl vocals of Beth Perry open up the record indicating this is set to be the folkiest of folk albums. Yet the subject matter of the song ('Take My Pills') is the first clue towards a darker, more leftfield direction. Thereafter, tracks are just as likely to feature samples as traditional instruments as highly experimental tracks such as 'Then She Comes In' prove that Bob Dylan's deconstruction of folk still continues today. Naturally the effects can be disquieting but the menacing 'I Look Forward' and 'House On Fire' (a glorious meeting between funk and mournful trumpet) show that their non-conformist attitudes bear repeated listens.