Loom Dream consists of six tracks, each named after the Welsh producer’s favourite flora, including "Yarrow," "Mimosa," and "Pteridium." They're presented in two 17-minute pieces, inviting us to "peacefully reconnect with the living world," according to the UK label. We're told to expect "warm chordscapes, glistening synths, and loose live percussion, weaved together with field recordings and ambience."
Accompany the album announcement is an interactive mini-game in which you can collect knowledge of each plant referenced on the record. The game, which can be played here, is accompanied by a short clip of "Myrtus."
Loom Dream follows 2015's Taraxacum, out via UntilMyHeartStops, the label Leif runs with fellow Freerotation resident Joe Ellis. He's also released on Galdoors, Fear Of Flying, and Idle Hands, among others.
Loom Dream lands June 14, with the Side A streaming in full below.