How to be subtle and epic at the same time? An impossible task, surely? However, the London group Engineers have achieved this at their first attempt thanks to their new six-tracker. It's all perfectly encapsulated in first song 'A Given Right' featuring whispered vocals and a strange foggy melody; a mysterious, beguiling beginning. 'Forgiveness' and 'Come In Out Of The Rain' are more straightforward songs; conforming to verse-chorus format with the melodies seemingly ever stronger and fully formed with each subsequent listen, it's like listening to a rustic version of Doves. An eerie cover of Tim Hardin's 'If I Were A Carpenter' is followed by the immense dreaminess of 'Nature's Editing'. 'Folly's closing anthem is the beautifully ambient 'Pictobug', an enigmatic, moving seven minute piece that has echoes of both Eno and Yellow6 about it. All in all, a rather brilliant mini-album that bands have no right to produce at such an early stage in their career.