Review: Introverted and deeply personal, Will Samson's fifth album - and first on Wichita - is, perhaps conversely, based on an out of body experience of sorts. The death of his father, and subsequent battle with PTSD, leading him to a first and only experimentation with psilocybin, magic mushrooms to most, resulting in an emotionally charged ode to vulnerability, loss, hope, memory and recovery. A beautiful trip, crisp, dream-like, immersive electronic downbeats capture the hallucinatory state of grief perfectly. Gentile, thought-provoking lyrics - from sweet falsetto to the tender tenor - summarise the feelings we experience after being left behind. Ultimately, though, this is less about devastation and more about what happens next. A redemptive listen that screams, without screaming, words we all need to hear at some point in our lives. Things will be OK, it's just that sometimes we must face our deepest wounds head on in order to reset and move forward.