This album caught my attention by its description as an “independent audiovisual project” and I assume the visual part adds a lot to a performance, as it so often does. I was expecting something a little more experimental, and indeed, the opening track is definitely something to get excited about. After that, though, I was less excited about the Swedish europop album that followed. Being Swedish, there were the obligatory moments with Abba-ish harmonies and sounds, but on the whole I would describe it as The Swedish CHVRCHES, which is certainly not a bad thing. It just isn’t as artistically interesting as I would expect from someone who was put in a category with Bjork (by Spotify, at least). Some very cool moments, anyway.