Possibly the result of a bizarre 60s experiment between the harmonic glory of The Beach Boys and the easy listening arrangements of Jimmy Webb, The Superimposers have delivered a curiously nostalgic album with some panache. The first two songs ('Over The Bridge', 'Would It Be Impossible') exhibit the kind of dreamy, effortless grace which Mercury Rev and The Flaming Lips took ten years to master. Demonstrating that this isn't the only string to their bow, 'Seeing Is Believing' is scruffier and lo-fi but still great in a Beta Band kind of way. And if the brief lapse into French cinema sonambulism loses a little momentum then 'Rainbow' restores events to a bright and beautiful order of which Brian Wilson would certainly approve; it's succeeded by 'Shadows' which is a noticeably more melancholic piece that neatly emphasises the juxtaposition of light and dark on this fine record. All in all, a record worthy of more attention than the cult status it has been afforded thus far.