Luscious piano, handclaps, instruments we’d name if we had any idea what they were? Yep, the oddball heritage and boundless ingenuity of Seabear runs deep through this new solo jaunt from Sóley. Instead of smiling cutes though I’ll Drown paints a far more unsettling picture with the romance at its heart reeking of doom and decay. Arrhythmic and erratic throughout, it hops, chops and sometimes just plain stops. And, of course, it’s really rather great.