With Landshapes, anything could happen. On their second album Heyoon, they explore everything from a 17th Century tale about migratory space geese; tragic Dutch artist Bas Jan Ader who died on a failed Atlantic crossing, the desire to inhabit another’s psyche and nights out at drag bars. Brooding, beautiful, haunted and occasionally barbarous, Landshapes’ psychedelic fuzz comes from working with an open palate, at all times prepared for what might emerge.