Label: Cranky/Constellation
Key Track: "She Dreamt She Was a Bulldozer, She Dreamt She Was Alone in an Empty Field"

Rock's long had orchestral aspirations, but nobody's done it like GY!BE before: dense, meanderingly-focused compositions that build inexorably towards crushing denouements (get that French-English dictionary poppin'). OK, first Jesus, now you're telling us the emperor's black, too? What's next, the president?

LYSFLATH is entirely instrumental, consisting of four tracks clocking in at more than 18 minutes each.