Hundredth “Somewhere Nowhere”

When the band leaped into the synth pop space on “Rare” it was remarkable to see not only the acceptance of the band’s new direction, but also the acclaim received for the accomplishment. On the second installment of this era of the band, there’s a more refined approach , there’s trust, there’s the confidence in knowing people are expecting more from this and it certainly aids the songwriting. However, the monotony of the melancholy synths get draining, and I’m dimly leaving the porch light on, hoping a brash guitar riff will somehow get sandwiched in, but it’s definitely lush alternative the whole way through.

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