Sound Sanctuary's debut full length album produced by Bombay Monkey.
"There is always that moment when I feel inclined to reach for an album by Nick Drake, Low, Neil Young or the Kings of Convenience; when nothing else will suffice, but a hit of introspective acoustic style songs. Sound Sanctuary have found their way into that special place inside my record collection." - Big Chill
"Sound Sanctuary are in a part of the music world that they have created themselves avoiding the clichés most other acts pile on with no shame." - Fair Hearing
"The group have created something quite unexpected that should act as a good starting point for a career that should shine." - Atomic Duster (9/10)
"Dreamscape of epic proportions, like ever decreasing circles, you lose yourself blissfully" - Subba-Cultcha
"Sound Sanctuary have succeeded where so many bands before them have failed - in breaking the mould. If Richard Ashcroft ever had a secret lovechild with Suzanne Vega, I would expect the resulting spawned musical genius to produce something like this." - Twisted Outlook
"The harmonious flow of the tracks, and the snippets and samples that filter their way into the introductions, brings to mind the Beta Band and their genre-blending. The lyrics have an ethereal feel to them as well, in the space of a few lines managing to debate the existence of God, Love and Rock n Roll." - Room 13
"Flawlessly beautiful outing from this generation's Radiohead. Sound Sanctuary have given us a stunning platter of indie-esque art rock that lays claim to no one genre, instead it adapts every genre from blues to electronica, from soul to rock to create something truly unique." - New Noise
"Playful whoosh of Lemon Jelly and Zero 7's ambient vocals. Could be a blissed-out fave with Big Chillers." - Teletext
"A burnished cocktail of folk, trip hop, 60s West Coast pop and blissed out art rock" - The Beat
released April 29, 2008
All tracks arranged by Sound Sanctuary and Bombay Monkey.
All tracks produced and mixed by Bombay Monkey at Lo-Tek studios.
CD design by Friendly Tribe using stills from Khaki Productions 'Broken Signs' music video.
Cover artwork by Friendly Tribe, based on an illustration by Sam Marjeram.