I don’t want to be horrible about this album because it doesn’t deserve it. It’s well played, grown up and melodic. However it doesn’t interest me at all. Traditional songs with guitar solos and a bit of orchestration here and there that occupies territory somewhere between Sigur Ros (in the boring phase they’ve occupied since Takk) and Malcolm Middleton. The influences don’t really matter, what matters is that they’re making music for people who like a bit of stability, not screaming and shouting and noise. If you ever listen to Behind Closed Doors and think what a load of rubbish or listen to some of the albums that score maximum dodecahedrons and wonder what is going on in my head then this album might be of interest to you. Start by listening to “The Devil’s Last Dance” and you’ll hear Yossarian at their best but also very much trapped in a musical paradigm of grown up rock that seems very dated to me.