Sea Glasses hail from the ruddy down to earth Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Their dazzling low fidelity creations hail from the school of ambient bedroom guitar projects like Sad Souls and Philip Seymour Hoffman. The Sky Is Such A Choir Here is a gentle stroll through what could easily be an album full of banging pop songs when reinterpreted. Sea Glasses need not shy away from fuller arrangements though as evidenced by the buried B-side gem, ‘through leaves’, a lush composition of swirling colour, replete with live percussion, electronic sound scapes, horns, and the swinging guitar writing Sea Glasses seems most comfortable with. Dig in! PS his album cover is a photo someone took of his Dad standing on a whale. It doesn’t get better than that.