Turn on 'Dust Clouds May Exist,' the debut album by Creature Automatic, and hear something familiar and something completely new. This is pop music that makes pop music strange again. At its core, 'Dust Clouds May Exist' is classic songwriting: flawlessly crafted, featuring catchy hooks and memorable riffs, exuberant and melancholy. But it's also an experimental opus, with Lee playing some of the fabulously unusual instruments he's become known for: mellotrons, crumhorns, and portatif organ alongside the usual guitars, drums, and piano. For fans of Brian Eno's early songs, Robert Wyatt, Richard Youngs, and raucous experimentation.