“Believe,” is a fantastic opener. Setting the scene with crooning and raucous vocals, turning the stream toward the growing sense of time.
“Trouble,” leverages the carnage and the tide, turning through the slinking mess of time.
“Somewhere Down The Line,” creeps through, shifting and turning the tide, like a bullet.
“Ordinary Man,” rumbles onward, pushing and pressing toward a definitive end.
“Long Summer Day,” creshes the waves of time and brings about intriguing results.
“Get It Right,” is a melodic countenance.
The album is out on 10th December via Frontiers Music.