Whether scoring a film or making a solo album, Daniel Davies thinks cinematically. Images and story - on a movie screen, on a canvas, or flashing through his mind - inform the shape of his compositions and the sounds he uses to bring them to life. As the songs move through the landscape, Davies calls on whatever instrumentation he needs to serve their journey. He utilises the warbling synths and slicing guitar that have characterised his soundtrack work, but he's also preternaturally at ease when he busts out a harpsichord and a vocal synth on lead single 'Phantom Waltz'. On 'Destructive Field' he leaves space for his Halloween collaborator John Carpenter to lay down his signature sound.