Originally a short-run vinyl release via Mission Trips, this self-titled third album marked a significant shift in approach and membership and set the tone for the years to come.

Released on June 18, 2014

Music by Faun and a Pan Flute
Recorded and Mixed by Benjamin Price at studilaroche in Atlanta, GA
Mastered by Matt Grondin at The Parlor in New Orleans, LA
Artwork by
Samuel Tovarisch Parker

Ada Babar - Guitar
Dan Bailey - Bass Guitar
Daniel Betts - Drums
Chris Childs - Marimba
David Gray - Guitar
John Gregg - Percussion
Julian Hinshaw - Tuba
Benjamin Shirley - Cello
Peter Webb - Alto Saxophone

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Faun and a Pan Flute's self-titled LP ... isn't the group's debut release, but it should be thought of as such. It is the first recording that actually captures the many facets of the group's sound in all of its strange and evocative beauty, and there is a lot to take in here. ... The music is what cements Faun and a Pan Flute's connections to Atlanta's fertile experimental music scenes of decades past, with a new generation's stylistic take on a sound that's not quite modern classical, but acknowledges the influence, while settling into the grooves that emanate from the outer limits.

- Chad Radford, Creative Loafing ATL (full review here)