On the Swedish quartet’s second LP ‘Oas’ we’re treated to a delightfully sunny brand of lounging Soul and Jazz that captivates throughout. Sung in Swedish, ‘Berget’ is a guitar-driven number that draws on the best of late ‘60s soulful Rock, while the light Bossa-esque guitar of ‘År’ is alluringly dreamlike. Elsewhere, ‘Mellan slagen’ is deeper and more groove orientated with a solid kick and snare pattern and a minimal Funk swagger on the bassline. In amongst the Soul is a soft, hazy background vibe that gives ‘Oas’ a sense of having been created en plein air in the midst of a Swedish summer. Yet right at the end, Dina Ögon takes a turn to the leftfield on the quirky, Psych-Jazz-Folk of closing track ‘Pumpan’, a joyous mix of percussion, bass runs and staccato organ and guitar and an unlikely album highlight.