Crispian Mills is already a weird bird. In the 90s he founded Kula Shaker and their first album, which combined Indian rhythms and mantras with indie pop, was a big hit. On the sequel, he tried his hand at Prog, when that was just pretty canceled. After the dissolution he ran the band The Jeevas, which focused on 60s pop, but despite quite good albums was hardly noticed. Now he is trying to make a comeback with Kula Shaker, but there can be no question of reheating an old idea.