This one took a while. Protected by a firewall of humour and abstract-ism, PMHM initially disguises its true form under clouds of strange voices, surreal instrumentation and lo-fi production. An interesting trick to use, its only after a few listens that the album truly reveals itself; a deliberate attempt to use mid 60’s pop/psychedelia sounds, in the style of the Small Faces, to create interesting pop music which strives to make you smile. I feel fine and Rooster stand out on an interesting album fuelled by layers of twists and coats of many colours. It takes a while but PMHM reveals itself if you wait around.