Inspired by the massively under-appreciated Eno/Cale tune "Spinning Away" from their collaborative album Wrong Way Up (1990) and by Robert Wyatt's classic "Heaps of Sheeps" from Shleep (1997), Here We Go Magic's chief songwriter Luke Temple set out to create a collection of "overtly major and optimistic" songs without coming across as cloying. The robust 90s future pop sound of these odd fellow heavyweights fits Temple like a sequin glove. Over six years and, now, four albums, HWGM has always found its own, idiosyncratic path through fidgety prog-rock, bliss-pop and sound collage experimentations - always, always, always with a heavy focus on groove.
1. Intro 2. Stella 3. Be Small 4. Falling 5. Candy Apple 6. Girls in the Early Morning 7. Tokyo London US Korea 8. Wishing Well 9. Ordinary Feeling 10. News 11. Dancing World