There's three tracks on offer. Forever And A Day is quite bumpin' and west coast-y, Future Fools is a bit more contemporary/Berlin-ish but still with da funk in full effect, and something of a party-starter with its insistent "spin the record/let's get naked" vocal (oh and if it starts THAT kind of party for you, then I'm jealous… but enjoy). And then finally the title cut Sedona is a slightly deeper affair than the other two: it's still floor-friendly but you could equally well put this on after a club, in those wee smoky hours, in the way that you wouldn't Future Fools, for instance. And it's got some nice Detroit-y chords as well.
So, not huge amounts of ground being broken, but three varied and hi-calibre deep house tracks. And it's been out since Monday, so go seek.