The second album from this Canadian band.
The band is a quartet on this album with a lineup of drums, percussion, bass, guitars, saw, keyboards and synths.
Gaspard is another new'ish addition to the Quebec scene in the French speaking part of Canada.
I really liked their 2019 debut album La Foret De Gaspard and therefore got this album.
Instrumental post rock is what we get here.
No less and no more than that.
The music on this one hour long album is mainly driven by half-acoustic and electric guitars. The music is pretty melodic and has some good ideas on the beginning of this album.
The music is not particular good towards the end of the album. The music is a bit too dull and bleak to really make it's mark.
The quality is somewhere between decent and good.
Post rock fans should check out this album.