For the past three years, Adult Jazz have been writing and self-recording their debut full-length record in various locations in the Scottish Borders and Leeds, where the band first took shape. “Springful” and its companion, the brittle and bluesy “Am Gone” introduce the four-piece’s embrace of progressive song structure, a compositional approach which the four-piece describe as “an exciting form to explore the tensions between friendly pop sensibilities and uncommon character.” While referencing Van Morrison, Arthur Russell and Joanna Newsom as influences to the compositional element, sonically, the band favor a considered eclecticism over a necessarily unified aesthetic.