Kikagaku Moyo sound anything but lost on 2014's Forest of Lost Children, their child-like wonder manifested in a confident, courageous exploration of sound. Labels – psychedelic, folk, prog-rock, psychedelic-folk-mixed-with-prog-rock – do little to accurately reflect the spectrum of influences on display here, let alone the more impactful realization of completeness in Kikagaku Moyo's songs. Their delicate use of melody and soft vocal harmonies contrast seamlessly with fuzzed out sitar riffs and feedback. To Kikagaku Moyo a song is like a breath of wind through the leaves or a fish jumping from the water. Their music is a conversation – sometimes delicate and tender other times explosive, but always human and always changing.