The fourth album from this Norwegian band.
The band is a trio with a lineup of drums, bass, guitars, flute, keyboards and vocals.
The band was helped by a male and a female vocalist.
Laughing Stock has established themselves as one of the better bands in the Norwegian progressive rock scene. Their first three albums has got them fans all over the world.
The band gives us their own brand of neo-prog.
The music is pastoral and softly spoken. There is a lot of pop and folk rock influences in their music.
The vocals are good and the music is melancholic and has some Nordic depressions all over it.
The harmonies are really good here too.
The songs are all good without really having this wow factor I wished they could have.
Nevertheless, this is a good album and well worth checking out.