The band describe their music as “dramatic, melancholic, sometimes dark, but always lyrical instrumentals”; they tend to compose rather short and focused tunes instead of being just another post-rock ensemble with endless guitar tremolos and pointless excursions beyond the horizon.
Review by Stanislav Kabakov (Post-rock info)
Album Fall is a conceptual continuation of EP, released in May 2010.
The album's even flow, sets so characteristic of a melancholy tone, the one that is not gloomy or somber, but "melancholic" in a sense of serene, balanced and harmonious, which makes you forget about everything and plunge yourself into extraordinary melodies created by these musicians. Each composition arouses "live" and undeniable emotions with the middle of the album, to my mind, becoming an apex of this listening experience. It is with the track Senus Veris that you start anticipating the finale that naturally ends with the composition Fall- signifying not the descent, but awakening and regeneration into something pure, and positive.
In the end, it is not enough to say that what we have here is, undoubtedly, an accomplishment and a musical success, it is that kind of album that everybody should listen to at least once.
Album contains exclusive hidden ambient bonus track -The Nest (36 min) + cover