It’s no surprise ‘Free Your Mind’ sounds like the name of a hippy manifesto. The band have said that this record was inspired by Britain’s Second Summer of Love in 1988 and from the Day-Glo artwork on, this album couldn’t be more late 80s if it had a tie dye t-shirt on and took a bucketful of LSD. The title track sounds like a sunset at Ibiza and Let Me Show You even borrows heavily from Screamadelica. But the band are always smart enough to make sure they follow their own blissed-out, technicolor identity. It makes for a head-onistic experience.