Nangilima is the fifth D&LS album. It's a bit hard to explain what this album is all about, but a lot of it has to do with childlike impressions of nature, imagination, and possibly memories. I also interpret a part of it as being about powerlessness and being at the mercy of a completely overwhelming external world. It's very dreamy and tense music, again noticeably darker than what you'd expect on the basis of, say, the album cover alone. The music feels generally melodic, and as far as ambient goes, it is quite substantial with strong build-ups, cinematic variety and classical piano sections. Expertly produced, the album has a clear open soundworld. Overall, it's probably the most sonically and compositionally advanced D&LS release at this point of their discography, though the themes and overall sound may be an acquired taste.