Nektar were originally a group of British musicians living and working together near Heidelberg in Southern Germany during the early to mid seventies. They had massive success both with their albums and their live shows, which were famous for an adventurous mixture of good live-sound and vision, due to the light show covering the band during their live sets with psychedelic motives. The connection between their music and the art of Helmut Wenske, who also designed three of their most successful album covers made them unique and still remembered to this day among those who saw their early shows or know their records. Reformed in 2000, and disbanded upon Roye Albrighton's death in 2016, the band regained several founding members in 2019, and recorded a new album of unreleased and new material dating back to 1978. This album again features the artwork of Helmut Wenske.