“Disorder,” starts things off, with the chiming in the background as the guitars work their way through. Slowly filtering off the ground and shining a light on the makeup of the change. As the song progresses the vocals come in and add a surrealist feel to how things are going. “Triad,” gets slightly darker, the acoustic guitars splinter into varying factors making it all about listening to find the subtle hints and the tiniest divergence. The vocals work their way over the top and allow it all to grow.
“Therapy,” works in a mysterious and newline way. It takes a dart here and then shimmers through the lines of the day. Slowly but surely, the band come in on the big line and work their way into maximums. “Delirium,” works its magic, slowly but surely. As it grows, it expands into being something new and almost psychedelic allowing for the changing factors to become a melding part of things.
The album is out on 16th November via Crime Records.