The fourth album from this band from Sweden.
The band is a quintet with a lineup of drums, bass, guitars, keyboards and flute.
I have with great interest followed this band's career since their debut album back in 2014.
Agusa is one of the more interesting prog bands from Sweden and every album has been reviewed by me in one of my blogs.
The band plays a mix of Swedish symphonic prog, folk rock and psych rock.
The music is instrumental and with a great deal of Swedish/Scandinavian sound and ambience. There is plenty of trolls, smorgasboard and sauna ambience in their sound and music.
The flute works as the vocals here and it is the solo instrument on this album.
I am not a fan of instrumental prog and some of the stuff here is slightly on the dull side. I would prefer some vocals in addition to the flutes.
Nevertheless, this is a quality product and a good one too.
Check out all Agusa albums, including this one.