Then There Was A Hand In The Darkness.
The EP kicks off slow and soulful with Fallen Star, a more pop feel with its chorus that screams to be sung along to but thankfully descends into a deeper more aggressive tone. It’s hard to pinpoint the bands style as each track takes you in a different direction but it feels honest.
The Highest Point Of Living breaks down the EP into a delicate affection before Hourglass uses the hypnotic vocals of singer Orion to drag you in for the rugged ride. Then There Was A Hand In The Darkness has a respectable start but ends triumphantly with A Calm Like Lethargy.
Favourite Track: Hourglass.