Remastered Version. Twelve years is a long time to wait for a new record from any artist, even from one as consistently inventive as Kate Bush, but at least Aerial offers value. it's a 14-track double album, and the more experimental of the two records is A Sky of Honey. It is music of pagan rapture - songs about acts of creation, natural or otherwise; about the wind, rain, sunlight and the sea. sometimes it is just Kate alone at her piano, her voice restrained. sometimes, as on the outstanding Sunset, she begins alone and softly, but soon the tempo quickens and the song becomes an experiment in forms: jazz, progressive rock, flamenco. We are lucky to have her back.