'All Flowers In Time' is the eagerly awaited first full album from Space Captain, built around the themes of love and nostalgia with a pinch of bitterness and betrayal. With clever arrangements of fluttering guitars, sparkly keyboards and cyclical layers of background vocals, this beautifully crafted release takes Space Captain to new heights. Extensive influences range from Thundercat through Amy Winehouse to Bon Iver, but Space Captain are never anything but themselves as this release shows. It sees the Brooklyn based band moving away from the electronic and experimental sounds of their previous EP, instead taking them back to when they first formed, whilst also pushing boundaries of their usual R&B realm. For the band, 'All Flowers In Time' quite literally signifies the flowering of their careers and the work they have put in to get there, however it is also representative of the unveiling of tales and complex relationships within ourselves and with others.