It is refreshing to read of Harry Miller’s refusal to put himself out on any social media channel. Instead he lets his music as Glow In The Dark do the talking, but here there is still an element of mystery, as most of his vocals are realised with the help of a vocoder. On this album, the second released by Sonar Kollektiv this year, he pushes forward with an intriguing style that turns out to be part cosmic R&B, part slow disco, the latter coming to the fore on ‘Hideaway’. The lyrics are deeply personal, and although the opening ‘Underground’ notes ‘a change is coming to your door, the like of which you’ve never seen before’, the feeling is that issues are largely resolved when ‘Into Existence’ comes around. Richly coloured, the eight tracks do – literally – glow in the dark.
4 out of 5