Goopy, sentimental mood music that's plenty pretty, if somewhat somniferous.
Helios rounds out an original work of beauty on par with his debut, Eingya -- voice and all.
Acheiving that fleeting balance between prettiness and interest, Helios delivers a lush instrumental that actually engages the heart.
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