The absence of Neil Carlill from the ‘Magus’ ep sees the four tracks coming to you as an instrumental but this is no bad thing, allowing you to delve deeper into the chilled out folk sound. It’s a mini-package that is not going to appeal to everyone, it can be a tad dry over the four songs but there are more than enough sprightly moments to warrant further investigation.

56 Days To Happiness’ is perhaps the most strident and upbeat whereas ‘Brilliant White Frost’, and its electronic interventions brings a relaxed ending to the collection.

It’s a touching melodic collection of songs as opposed to being in your face, so if you are in the need for some gentle sounds to soundtrack your day or other activities, there could be a bit of scope to find in ‘Magus’ by Shoosh.