“Flesh and Blood,”and “Surrender,” followed by “Fate,” and “Hope,” are great ways to open up this new album by DGM. They show an intricacy and complexity that melds together with the apparent sense of ease that the band can wrap themselves into.
The songs feed into one another and allow for thoughtful provocation when songs such as the title track “Tragic Separation,” and “Stranded,” come together to fly through the radar toward something unique and prescient.
Then the finale in “Turn Back Time,” and “Curtain,” shows that the band know how to do finales and do them well.
The album is out on 9th October.