When British band Engineers first appeared, they fit in a nice comfortable niche alongside such notables as Doves, Muse, Radiohead, and even early Coldplay. Unfortunately, they never obtained the same level of success as those other bands, but that’s perfectly okay; not every band need change the world. One of its visionaries, Mark Peters, has recently released his debut solo album Innerland, originally released as a cassette late last year but reissued recently thanks to high demand. It’s understandable, too; the album offers up light and sunny instrumental fare, but is by no means lightweight. “Windy Arbour” is the cream of the crop for my money, but every song on this low key release is a winner.