The heat trembles in the air. It is afternoon in late July. I lie on my back in the grass. Reflections from the water glisten on the wall next to it. A gentle breeze moves through the trees. My head is softly spinning. Led by Dungen bassist Mattias Gustavsson, Life on Earth! takes us to brighter and warmer places. Sometimes it's to the Californian sun and sometimes to the deep forests of Swedish Småland. The Perfect Spot tells a love story from its euphoric beginning through all its phases of longing and uncertainty until the bittersweet end. Whether it's between two persons, or the little human and the big mythical machinery remains untold. The Perfect Spot moves from mild tripped pop to wild dance music. Mattias' delicate guitar plays a large role, as does Erik Lundin's flute. The element of jazz is evident, thanks not only to Mattias' well composed songs, but also because of the musicians' very delicate work, not least the eminent and acclaimed jazz drummer Moussa Fadera. Along the way, the interactions between music and lyrics are unusually tightly intertwined.