'Be Above It' false starts the album slightly wobbly, but then smoking Australians otherwise also into gear. 'Endor Toi' rides start browsing the cosmic, arpeggierende synth snakes through kaleidoscopic, acid green countryside, followed formidable up the piano boxing 'Apocalypse Dreams'. 'Mind Mischief' is almost complete halt, but saved at the last moment by Kevin Parker sucking signature phaserguitar.
The tone rippling synths is a breath of fresh air and also helps to make 'Music to Walk Home By' and 'Why Will not They Talk To Me?' Magic. The last is another of Parker's brilliant, melancholy loneliness snapshots with a krautrocket operate as a backing - one cruisende momentum also characterize the catchy first single 'Elephant', which sounds like a forgotten Black Sabbath outtake. The album is based on natural and lovely varied extension of the debut universe, with an added dash of Parker himself admitted fascination with 70s progpop legends Supertramp and his homemade production sounds again as if it engulfed in a dusty, moth-eaten shoebox.
Parker has, like most, a certain comfort zone in terms of its dreamy, angelic gentle vocals. The monotonous 'Feels Like We Only Go Backwards' slider so nerves with shrill falsetto choruses and the shutter 'Sun's Coming Up' sends him down to register the basement, which definitely does not dress him - like a few other numbers haddock too far in sand with outstretched, jamming c-sections. These missteps frustrates enough 'Lonerism' to be perfection, but it's still a worthy follow-up? Resounding yes!