Young Henry is a one-man project consisting of individual Kyle Y. hailing from Minneapolis, Minnesota, who's unique approach to ambiance can only be labeled as 'seagaze,' as he describes it himself. His latest effort, 'It Must Have Been The Weather,' is a big step from his debut album, a brilliant collection of off-kilter, lo-fi, post-punk jams leaning on the spectrum of both pop and noise. 'Weather' resonates strangely at times with it's jarring avant-garde guitar work which creates something that is as much dissonant and discomforting as it is relaxing and gorgeously stunning. If Hisato Higuchi and Derek Bailey were to make passionate love to the ambiance of Fennez while on a snowy mountaintop, the resulting climax would be something similar to the music of Young Henry. Anything else I can say about this album will only demean it's brilliance. Space out into some distant land and enjoy.