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Rayland Baxter holed up for over a year at a former rubber-band factory in the Kentucky countryside living in a barn with the squirrels and birds. “I just waited for the record to build itself. I’d get up and go outside, see a butterfly and connect that with some impulsive thought I’d had three months ago and suddenly a song I’d been working on would make sense.” Baxter co-produced the album, slowly piecing together it’s patchwork of lush psychedelia and Beatlesesque pop.