Review: At 14 tracks large trance master Chicane's eighth studio album has arrived in the shape of Everything We Had To Leave Behind. Maintaining an uplifting & melancholic approach to his production, Chicane's classic trance chords are as always undeniable throughout this latest work while still touching on that late-90s-to-mid-2000s pioneering sound. The LP brings with it the Ibiza sunset croons of vocalist Joseph Aquilina (Goldfish) who's voice more often than not challenges the timbres of one Chris Martin. Exploring various drum patterns across numbers like the breakbeat "Make You Stay" or the skipping UK funky of "Sailing", get your housier, pop and balearic trance from "One Foot In The Past, One Foot In The Future" and "Hello, Goodbye". For more classically inclined fans, those trusted bouncy chords, breaths and beats can be found all the more in "Juno", "Don't Look Down", the album's beatless title-track, and exclusive Chicane cover version of Bon Iver's "8 (Circle)".