"Two Headed Emperor's fourth album picks up where Goldhanger Creek left off in that it offers a more pastoral texture than it's predecessors but don't be fooled by it's apparent placidity. There is a dark underbelly to this tale and a musical palette in the psych folk tradition of the late 60's and early 70's. It also has a slight feel of King Crimson's album "Islands". However, as usual there is nothing retro about this band, they are remarkably current."
- Dr. Chemistry Set
The video footage and field recordings that help create some of the atmosphere of the album are from the Essex coast. Goldhanger Creek, Tollesbury, Heybridge Basin, Maldon, Mersea Island and The Naze (Walton).