Today's track is shorter than most of the other tracks on the album, but it still packs a punch and gives you a decent idea of what the album's about. Give it a listen.
The spy-ish 90's bass start the track off, followed by the chorus of vocals and from there we just wait for the build up that releases the rest of the song. It might take long for some, but it'll be worth it when all the instruments press together to make the Post-noise near the end.
Not the most Prog track, but it shows what they can pull through with little time. If you like the effect but think it runs short, you should give the album a try.
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If today's track was to your liking, you're in for some treats! Their best songs range from 6 to over 9 minutes, and each track sounds better accompanied by the last. I won't say it's a flawless album, but if you like Post Rock at all it should exceed expectations.
The band split not too long ago, so this album and three others will have to hold you over until something better comes along. Until then, enjoy their gems.