Patterns & Moodswings. Circa winter 2003 in New Delhi, Envision began writing an album charged with multiple genre fascinations. The band struck a bond with SamratB as a producer and sound designer. Composed and recorded over 4 months, SamratB introduced synthetic and electronic colors within the existing acoustic and bluesy trappings of Envision's music.  Mid-2004, the album was released independently on CD & Casette - it faired low, with little notice. The band gradually dissipated by 2006. Over time, the album  found a deep resonant note with many forthcoming indie bands and producers. As a reference to the chance & change, artists refer to the album as eclectic, dark yet beautiful. Re_issued 2015 by ex_Bassist Dara Rawat now living in Ireland. Patterns & Moodswings.