Cataclysmic punk obituary that basks as readily in the causeways of the sun as it does in stormy, apocalyptic marvel . From the second "Time On Earth" came a clobbering we were returned to the dilapidated, wall-crawling psychedelia that we NEVER saw coming on their five track 7" on LVEUM back in 2017, getting us all buzzy that such a potent cerebral secretion was no one-off and that our beloved Slender would not fall under the axe of Paco's oft-heralded - "Mate, ANYONE can make a good single" -mantra! Spirits rejoice! SO MUCH to sink into on this debut long haul with the elusive NYC skirmishers. Lean, concise, often juxtaposed songs and interludes are deftly thatched together to make up the majority of Side A, with dense, drowning-world electronics on tracks like "Heavy Weather" clearing the skies for jovial, anthems of the Anthropocene like "New Country" (which for us totally rings the same joyous bells as Yuzo Iwata's "Gigolo"!!) and the grittier, barnacled basement etherea of "Sleep The Trees". Time On Earth cover art by Emil Bognar Nasdor with 8 page booklet by Eugene Terry and A2 poster designed by Keegan Dakkar.