At Sea

At Sea ★★★

A gorgeous piece of mirrored, and maybe kind of pointless symbolism. Perhaps inevitably an exercise in 'everythings a bigger version of something smaller', but I think think thats far from the point. I think there is a point of this, but it really acts hard to find, and honestly I don't care enough to chase it, but It's absolutely more than 'boats live the same lives as humans.'

I can't really put my finger on what I liked and didn't like about it. I will say that I couldn't tell you why this isn't better than A Space Oddity, but right now, I don't think its anything that needs much attention