All the way to the end, ‘Plant Me As’ literally feels like a sensual dance with tranquillity.
The vocals are custard-smooth and the mix is jam-packed with reverb, not the kind where you can barely here what is going on. Rather to accentuate the distance to create an effect of weightlessness. I love the fact that the range of the stereo field is utilized on here as there are two different guitars melodies on the left and right respectively, in the middle sits the drums and bass. Adorned in the background yet present as ever one would find the vocals and the abstract lyrics. If you are into Cigarettes After Sex, this is definitely something for you.