Find Me Finding You, the new album from the Laetitia Sadier Source Ensemble, manages to strike new chords while touching familiar keys in the song of life. From its percolating opening beat, Find Me Finding You locates new systems within the sound-universe of Laetitia Sadier. This in itself isn't a surprise – Laetitia has relentlessly followed her music through different dynamics and into a variety of dimensions over the course of four solo albums since 2010 (not to forget her three albums with Monade and the long era of Stereolab) – but the nature of the construction here stands distinctly apart from her recent albums.
Laetitia was inspired by a mind's-eye envisaging of geometric forms and their possible permutations. As she sought to replicate the shapes in music, this guided the process of assembly for the album. Features longtime collaborators Emmanuel Mario and Zavi Munoz, keyboard and flutes from David Thayer (Little Tornados), keys, synths and electronics from Phil M Fu, and guitar from Mason Le Long. Includes a guest appearance from Hot Chip's Alexis Taylor, as well as cornet work from Rob Mazurek.