There was a time when it looked like Seahaven might never make music again. The sonic leap from 2011's cathartic, gritty debut LP Winter Forever to 2014's Reverie Lagoon: Music For Escapism Only - a wondrous sequence of nocturnal, fireside soundscapes - turned heads through the underground. But it left Torrance, California's foremost musical shape-shifters with an almost impossible act to follow. Shows became sporadic. Heading into 2020, it had been over half a decade since the quartet released it's previous album. Fans feared it was all over. For Seahaven themselves, it sometimes felt that way, too.