Claremont 56 seem to have a passion for the unnoticed and the unreleased, digging out gems from the past or oldies from the future. Here we have Four Hands, a band from Newcastle who laid this gem down in 1999. Sounding distinctly like an Adriatic sunset from 20 years previous. From subtle beginnings this track doesn't quite grow, it just drifts beautifully along, from warm pads to a deeper swelling bass, overlaid with delicate strings and languid orchestral touches. Four Hands deliver a modern day masterpiece, with a timeless woozy morning feeling. This is the warm embrace you need after a few too many the night before.