Limited clear vinyl LP pressing in gatefold jacket. When you're trying to make it through tough times, you need a little light to find your way. That light blazes brightly on the alchemical second album from Penelope Isles, an album forged amid emotional upheaval and band changes. Setting the uncertainties of twenty-something life to alt-rock and psychedelic songs brimming with life, colour and feeling,Which Way to Happyemerges as a luminous victory for Jack and Lily Wolter, the siblings whose bond holds the band tight at it's core. Produced by Jack and mixed by US alt-rock legend Dave Fridmann, the result is an intoxicating leap forward for the Brighton-based band, following the calling-card DIY smarts of their 2019 debut,Until the Tide Creeps In. Sometimes it swoons, sometimes it soars. Sometimes it says it's OK to not be OK. Pitched between fertile coastal metaphors and winged melodies, intimate confessionals and expansive cosmic pop, it transforms difficult second album clichs into a thing of glorious contrasts: a second-album surge of up-close, heartfelt intimacies and expansive, experimental vision.