Matt Sweeney and Bonnie ‘Prince' Billy return with the follow-up to their Superwolf album from years back. The songs go boldly into undreamed-of places, and go deep, as Matt and Bonny take all the musics they know to make songs that penetrate. In classic Garcia-Hunter style, the duo first work separately, finding a path to each other in their solitary imaginings. Bonnie lyric sets are delivered to Matt to spark his guitar brain; chords and a melody are shaped, recorded fast and loose and then sent back to the Prince. Then the two parties meet up to sing, stitch, strengthen and finally perform them together in front of a small unsuspecting audience. Then new sets of lyrics are sent, animated and played in a high wire style until the shared songs are ready to commit to record. This is just the beginning of their fusion process, as words imply vocalizations to counter and support, and guitar lines suggest harmonic fields to subtly push into. In this process, a new creature grows out of the old one. The guitar shares an open and fluid space with the vocals, the voices sing with the guitars – every moment in the life of Superwolves is an extravaganza, guided only by its need.