Those susceptible to hypnagogic hallucinations will be familiar with the headspace of this darkly psychedelic album. Thankfully, it doesn’t come with free giant spiders for your headboard, but apparitions of Cluster clearly haunt the bedroom ceiling of this enigmatic Swedish combo. The opener ‘Bolid’ kicks us straight into dream territory with a drone-fuelled groove, while ‘Silverstjärnan’ adds church organs and a ton of wah-wah. And ‘Bråviken’ is perhaps the most terrifying wigout ever to be named after a small bay on the Baltic Sea. Glorious, but leave a night light on. BF

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