Fionn Regan's new album Cala starts as it means to continue: "Wear this crown of light for you on this August moon." The opening line of Cala's opening song, 'Collar Of Fur', combines elemental and romantic imagery with an equally luminescent melody and subtly keening vocal set like jewels in delicately fingerpicked acoustic guitar and "atmospherics," as Regan hears it: "Sparse cinematic moments, like a super-eight movie." The scene is set for a spine-tingling spell of a record, named after the Spanish word for 'cove', bathed in the balmy rays of summer and the iridescent light of that August moon. Ten songs and 35 minutes long, Cala is a concise statement but with deep pockets to tumble into, drawn by Regan's drowsy beauty and nuanced narratives. It's been this way with Regan, give or take the odd detour into busier/band territory, since his 2006 album debut The End Of History.