Man, how's this for a step up? While The Floodlight Collective was a decent bunch of fuzzy wuzzy tunes, Spooky Action At A Distance takes the haze of the the previous album and puts it into sharp, diamond-sparkle relief: the melodies are better defined, the vocals more engaging, and the songwriting just miles beyond. Everything is just fucking better. With gems like these, any day now, it's going to be Deerhunter that's going to labeled the 'side-project'. And that's just fine.