It's been four years since we last heard from the secretly legendary Orange Can. In that time the band have negotiated heartache and disaster, overcoming a serious back injury, a battle against prescription painkillers, and various mental issues. But now, brothers James and Jason Aslett are back together and have self-written, recorded and produced their third album - Exit Chasing - an album of cascading, rythmic splendour. Easing itself slowly into your ears with All Up There, a morphing, gently psychedelic ode reminiscent of The Beta Band and Floyd, Orange Can set their stall out immediately; Exit Chasing is heading for space! Download single So Bright 2 is a pulsing, percussive monster with soaring vocals and naughty guitars. Some big bass and brass is then followed by more blissful guitarwork, into Your Rays which literally spangles. We then rock OC style before the stunning Eyes Wide - two brothers playing with each other and enjoying it like it's natural - takes us to Fortified, a distillation of the entire album with it's fuzzy funk, flying melodies and melange of flittering sound, Exit Chasing is a massage for mind, body and ears. The brothers Aslett began their musical careers bouyed by a love of acid house, Hendrix, The Beatles, Floyd, Zep and Stevie Wonder. In 1999 their first home recorded album - Entrance High Rise - won them a deal with the infamous Regal Recordings. This was followed by The Engine House EP then the second album - Home Burns - and tours (with quadraphonic surround sound, projects and animation) taking in Glastonbury and Reading festivals. In their time Orange Can have been described as "sumptuous, beautiful music" by Time Out, "rythmic and enchanting" by Mojo Magazine and "psychedelia at it's most intoxicating" by The Times.