This album isn't quite as hook-launching and immediate as Feryl's older work, but the key with this album is repeated listens.
Over several (I think this is my fourth) listens it reveals its depth and artistry.
"She Never Wrote Me Back" for example, is from the eternal video game you could never place, classic and ethereal. This then launches into "I Doubted Myself" in jostling time signatures and those classic square warm tones. The song closes out with a killer hook, a nice reminder.
Favorite track: She Never Wrote Me Back.