|4||All I Ever Needed|
|5||Light From Three Sides|
|8||Face Of Another|
Melody As Truth founder Jonny Nash returns to action with his first solo album in four years.
Over the course of eleven mesmerising tracks, Nash points the compass gently inwards, casting aside any conceptual frameworks in favour of exploring an imaginative and idealised “personal folk music” that combines elements of traditional acoustic music with the producer’s richly immersive interpretation of ambient, a sound he has been developing for well over a decade.
From the smudged acid-folk bliss of »Theories« and »Eternal Life«, to the layered acoustic guitars of »All I Ever Needed« and the delay-soaked, Durutti Column-esque »Light From Three Sides’« a wide variety of musical textures weave their way throughout the album.
Combining the delicate human touch and naivety of earlier Melody As Truth releases with widened scope and vision, »Point Of Entry« is arguably Nash’s most complete work to date – an album that’s as much a statement of his ›personal folk‹ vision as a future ambient classic.