The second album from this UK band.
The band is a quintet with a lineup of percussion, drums, bass, synth, guitars and vocals.
I very much liked their 2017 debut album Wish For Spring. A good album indeed from this Brighton band.
The band continues to play heavy prog. This time much more harder, bolder and complex than before.
The music is bordering to symphonic prog at times. It is also bordering to neo-prog.
There are also some djent here and harsh vocals too.
The music is very complex and still melodic at the same time. I guess this is called modern progressive rock.
It is also guitars based with some synths in between just to fill in the empty spaces in the sound. There is also a lot of good vocals here.
I prefer the debut album to this one. But just marginally as this album is a good album too.
This band deserve a lot more attention and should get it through this album.