Legendary avant-garde unit Maudlin of the Well's (headed by Toby Driver) final album seemed likely never to happen after several personnel changes pushed the band into what became Kayo Dot in 2001, leaving all remaining material temporarily forgotten. In 2008, Toby expressed a desire to revisit the material but it could not be done without the music community's help to finance the project. Thus one of the first crowd-funded albums in history materialized and gave life to the last part of Maudlin of the Well's quality history. Initially distributed for free digitally, the album found a physical home thanks to Blood Music and Antithetic Records. Now, five years after its last physical pressing, Blood Music returns with a highly demanded reissue. Vinyl pressed as 180-gram 2LP-set housed in 350-gsm heavyweight gatefold jacket, professionally mastered specifically for the format and cut at 45RPM.