- Summary: The third album for the British rock band was produced by Ben Allen, along with contributions from Jim Abbiss and Jack Steadman.
- Record Label: Octone Records
- Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock
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8Overall, this record has nice chilled vibe to it. Musically it's excellent and the production on the record is really strong. "Lights Out, Words Gone", is indicative of the rest of the album. It's a record you have to pay attention to rather than have on in the backround in order to fully appreciate it. "Take the right one" sounds like Jonsi and Sigur Ros collaborating with The Stone Roses. It fades slightly toward the end but overall this is an album well worth having.… Expand
A departure from their first album, but kudos to them for pushing into a new sound. The ambient and shoegazing undertones show a band that is young and still growing and finding their place. I think I enjoyed their first album better, which was more upbeat and diverse. A solid transition album. Look for their next album to hopefully fuse all these sounds to create something really special. Until then, experience, the not-so-subtle (but mostly enjoyable) musical growing pains of a young, talented band.… Expand