Is it possible to make a cinematic Disco album that manages to sound epic while avoiding coming across as grandiose? Parcels show it’s not only possible, but that it can be an inventive, inspiring and heady mix that takes in ‘60s Pop, Funk, contemporary Disco-Pop and somehow still leave room for more minimal instrumental passages to sew it all together. A deft balancing act of strings, piano, guitar, bass, drums, vocals and more, ‘Day/Night’ runs over an hour and twenty minutes across 19 tracks. As when the pace quickens at the midpoint of ‘LordHenry’, the twists and turns of ‘Day/Night’ are continually arresting, with each track composed of multiple sections often marked with deep contrast. This never lingering for long goes some way to mask the longer run time as the breadth and nuance of the record continually engages. While each of the four singles is a worthy highlight, it is within the broader album context that they really come to life.