Afterlife’s brand new album feels as much about breathing in life as it does about celebrating it. Opening up the possibilities is the self-aware (and rare) On The Inside (co-written/ performed by Coldcut’s Jonathan More and Matt Black) which plucks a sense of George Harrison from the ether as vocalist Holly Chand fuses the cosmic together with finely tuned production values. That feeling of the expanse unfolds with the proceeding The Way To San Jose as gently strummed guitars illuminate the horizon of Balearic futures. And much as before the music then traverses differing occasions and atmospheres via punchier drums on the funkier On Being â€“ you register a theme now? â€“ while taking a dip into the light via the more downbeat, though strangely uplifting, Disparu. The equally captivating Frankly My Dear also ploughs relaxed yet conversely invigorating sensibilities affording your mind a holiday of its own location, as the frankly wondrous cover of War’s timely The World Is A Ghetto ends with a rush of emotion which you will find throughout your being. Poignant electric piano engages with the sentiments alongside pulsating waves of drums and bass signifying the power of music and musicality all in one easy lesson. Let’s see what the Winter brings afterâ€¦.
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