The opening track starts off very dreamy, distant, and lofi. The lyrics are inaudible, but rather work as an added texture to the already heavily layered production.
The second track (entitled: 'Someday Sun') keeps the ambient dreamlike soundscape, but presents certain elements (such as the lead vocal) in a more intimate fashion. Also an acoustic guitar can be heard in the forefront of this piece.
As if the record is evolving right before our ears the third song (entitled:'Stay') is the most stripped down and powerful offering yet. This has a very Singer-Songwriter feel to it as the focus is clearly on the lyrics in this piece, whereas the instrumental production really just accents the message.
Songs like the title track sound somewhat reminiscent of early M.Ward in both mood and production aesthetic.
Throughout the entirity of the record Astronaut Husband dips back and forth between the intimate approach, and more experimental ambient productions. This keeps things interesting and dynamic, no one sound staying long enough to become boring.
"Supergiant Blues" by Astronaut Husband is available via this Bandcamp page.