... plan - it would be what it would be - chilled or dancy, ethno/psychedelic or other, and the result is a mix of all manner of things, including, perhaps most importantly, the influences and personalities of a group of musicians by now very familiar with each other. Call it psychedelic world fusion and tribal funk if you want to but it still won't cover it!
It's more rocky, definitely more funky, but at times still sublimely chilled. The lush, colourful, electronic side to the production is still there but it's a lot more guitar driven and with some great live brass, and yet there is as much room to breathe as on their first album Birth. This will hopefully be enough to both surprise and satisfy exisiting Orchid-Star fans and draw in some new ones.