Collab between producer Danalogue and Spoken-word artist Alabaster dePlume who met at London's Total Refreshment Centre, a place that's become something of an incubator for the vibrant new London jazz scene. In their music, Danalogue and Alabaster dePlume seek to find utopia amidst a real-world reality of austerity, divisional politics and a UK lurching towards the right wing. The title of the record addresses this explicitly.
Embedded in the stitching, the spontaneity of the duo's freewheeling shines through. Opener 'The March is Unstoppable' is a portent of this; a breaksy, hip hop-inspired beat that comes washed in chiming synth lines and squelching bass. 'You're Doing Very Well' – the first track to come from their initial sessions at TRC - is another example of the duo's ability to ride a stylistic ebb and flow, working layered saxophone through delays to create a dubby ascent to the stars.
There are guest appearances too. Among those are poet and Benin City vocalist Joshua Idehen, who appears on 'Broken Tooth Skyline', and TRC's Capitol K, who drops additional synth and drum machines on 'All Who Wander Are Not Lost'.