|1||Please Won't Please||3:04|
|2||Imagining What To Do||3:23|
|3||Echo for Camperdown Curio||1:10|
|7||Seen My Aura||4:08|
|8||Sabana de luz||3:17|
|10||Todo Lo Que Me Falta||4:36|
|12||My Name Is For My Friends||1:38|
Helado Negro returns with This Is How You Smile, an album that freely flickers between clarity and obscurity, past and present geographies, bright and unhurried seasons. Miami-born, New York-based artist Roberto Carlos Lange embraces a personal and universal exploration of aura - seen, felt, emitted - on his sixth album and second for RVNG Intl. This Is How You Smile derives from Jamaica Kincaid's "Girl," a story she wrote in the form of a mother's sole, complicated but loving voice, speaking a "How to" litany of advice ranging from domestic chores to what a daughter, an immigrant and young woman of color, must do to protect herself in a world that was not designed by or for her. This is how joy, or its visage, at turns comforts, constricts, or becomes armor.