The former is especially impressive in using its 4 minute plus duration to allow the cut to effectively build up steadily. Borrell sounds especially emotional and honest on this piano ballad which deals with a parental death and stays just on the correct side of the melodramatic boundaries, even if it tends to come off as a little too depressing. Unfortunately, by doing this, they fall in no-mans land and not much at all is done genuinely well.
The result is basically similar to their self-titled release, but without the standouts. This is because the album is practically devoid of hooks, meaning it feels uninvolving and definitely unmemorable. It is a real shame too, as what was once a band with so much promise, is now just plain bland. Tweet Recent reviews by this author.
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