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|1.||"How Long Is Too Long" (1:36)|
|2.||"Ancestors Watching" (4:06)|
|3.||"Sensing Me" (4:10)|
|4.||"I'm Not Saying" (4:34)|
|5.||"Delphiniums In Harmony/Two Worlds Away" (4:44)|
|1.||"Two Worlds Apart" (3:44)|
|2.||"Love In Lunacy (Saturn Return)" (4:50)|
|3.||"Ruinous Splendour" (feat Roy Montgomery) (3:59)|
|4.||"Tragic Gloss" (3:37)|
It's certainly not going to surprise any newcomers to Purple Pilgrims that this duo hail from the enchanted landscapes of New Zealand. A timeless sound pervades the work on their sophomore long form effort, befitting a corner of the world that's just far enough from the relentless hype machine of the music industry to allow for genuine individuality to shine through. At times tracks invoke images of endless, unspoilt landscapes where sirens lure us into painfully beautiful sonic worlds. Opener "How Long Is Too Long" is a case in point, along with the pained beauty of "Delphiniums In Harmony/Two Worlds Away" and "Ruinous Splendour". This Mortal Coil eat your heart out. In other moments, what's here gives more than a soft nod to the heyday of hypnotic, opiate rock 'n' roll; "Sensing Me" and "I'm Not Saying" were surely born in a time when free love really was free.
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