was first titled Unlearning A Perfect Life. With this we were saying that it’s important to make peace with the fact that life can’t be perfect, but this shouldn’t be viewed as a bad thing. Much as in the way we create melodies, soundscapes and visual art, there are many different ways to find and create beauty out of things that could be considered imperfect. Early on in the planning of the artwork we knew we were going to be working with Furmaan Ahmed
, and that we wanted the artwork to be centred around a structure we were overcoming in a way. The rainbow toned shimmer, i.e the destination we are striving for is hopeful, but hopeful in the way that hope is mystical and exists despite opposing forces. This mysticism was conveyed through the lens of Scottish folklore and fairytales that inspire the visual accompaniments for the album.