Much needed reissue of the extremely limited 2017 debut LP by Virginia guitarist, Jordan Perry. His approach to guitar is quite different. Although there are some basic völk sonorities in his playing, Perry's brunt combines these with more avant garde note selections and compositional gambits, as well as a string attack with classical qualities. While there's a gentleness to the melodies at which he eventually arrives, Perry's journey crosses prickly patches of tone clusters, and has a circular logic that defies pop logic. A few passages recall moments on All Is Ablaze, Feeding Tube's recent album with experimental player Julia Reidy, while some of the open strumming has a beautifully languid quality verging on mid period William Ackerman. All of which makes this a record very deserving of much personal headspace. Give Jordan Perry some room and you'll be very glad you did.