The production throughout is so soft-focus and hypnotic, it's as if the music has no real beginning, middle or end. It's dreamscape stuff layered with gorgeous pads that disappear off to the horizon so subtly that you do too. But never too far—though the album is bookended by two beatless pieces, Lawrence hasn't gone full-on ambient just yet. There's always a brisk kick drum or ticking hi-hat to keep you locked into the pillow-y, wavelike rhythms. It's beautiful music, basically, that ranges from shuffling and suggestive on "Kurama" to tragically uplifting on "Creator (Final Call)."
Films & Windows is a colourful album, too, smeared as it is with muted hues and faded neon trails. Throughout every track, blurry patterns emerge and evolve over time, all gracefully suspended in subtle grooves that could just as easily send you off to sleep (in a good way) as they could caress you into dancing.