2:40, "Into The Clouds". Everything stops for a second as the final verse starts, then everything and then some kicks back in and the song literally takes off, matching the lyric.
3:13, "Wonders". The drum machine trips over itself, as if it can hardly wait to begin one final, glorious bridge.
1:25, "Magic". After some teasing, *that* chorus finally begins.
0:50, "Ruins of Rome". The pan-flute intro totally cuts out, silence, then gorgeousness.
4:25, "Ruins of Rome". Again. The word "home" is stretched over a few extra beats with a couple of ascending notes added on for good measure, sending the track into the heavens.
4:29-4:31, "Ruins of Rome". Yet again. The synths stutter underneath the chorus before unleashing a majestic rain of descending melody that has only been hinted at in the previous 4 minutes and 28 seconds. (These are 2011's greatest 3 seconds of music, by the way.)
And we keep going.
0:02, "Longest Ever Dream". The most Richard X of Richard X beats roll in.
3:15, "Nova". It's only a few "ahhs" but they ascend what could be a generic club banger into, well, something better.
All of these and more are what make the Sound of Arrows' 'Voyage' so fucking spectacular.