“We knew from pretty early on that this album would make us or it would break us,” said Trenton Woodley on ‘Dissonants’. Following up the breakthrough that was ‘Unimagine’, and doing so without keyboardist Jamal Sabet, was indeed a new challenge the band had to overcome, but overcome they did.
Trenton’s vocals are just bang on, there’s no disputing it. You hear it on opener ‘I Am’, by third track ‘Colourblind’ he’s just killing it, and you’re locked in for the whole album. ‘Momentary’ is emotive, where ‘Degrees of Separation’ really pushes for that all-too-popular blend of rock and electronic that’s currently dominating.