The third album from this English band.
The band is a quartet with a lineup of drums, bass, guitars, keyboards and vocals.
The band was supported by a quartet of guests who provided acoustic guitar, violin, cello and female vocals.
This band had a big breakthrough with their debut album around eight years ago and followed that up with their second album back in 2017.
Both albums got very positive reviews in this blog.
I was therefore looking forward to this album.
The band delivers neo-prog with some folk rock and classic rock influences.
The vocals is very good and these fifty-five minutes is full of very interesting details. Details that makes this album a lot better than it could have been.
This is another very good album from this band. I still feel a bit let down as I had hoped for a better album than this one from one of the leading bands in the British prog rock scene. Nevertheless, check out this album.