Experimental in its approach and haunting in its delivery, this album sounds a little bit like what a videogame or a film that was recorded from start to finish would sound like. Interludes with sounds of digging, distant voices, and police sirens make sure the album has no opportunity to be monotonous. These guys are quite obviously adept musicians who understand how to write quality songs using violin, piano, and guitar. In the press release we received, band member Darren Nichols comments on their music, saying, “I really have no idea what it is or what genre it would fall under.” And that’s why this album is so damn interesting and great. It seems like they have a story to tell, and the execution is excellent.