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Reviewed in the United States on December 28, 2017
This is a great album, it showed growth for Will. The tone of his music has changed, to a more positive outlook and feel, but I don't have a problem with that. He keeps a similar soundscape to his other albums, but uses it in a happier manner. Sometimes I have a hard time relating to the experiences he presents in some of his music on the album, because he has made it so personal, but I have just taken these moments to further understand him.
Reviewed in the United States on December 15, 2017
I am utterly addicted to this album. I agree with the other reviewer about its change in tone from Obsidian. It's as if we're hearing the change of someone going from being lonely and isolated to someone who has finally found their true love. It's beautiful. Although the tone is definitely more positive, the sheer complexity and raw emotion of his music is still fully evident and evolving even further here. I really would not have thought he could crank out another album as phenomenal as Obsidian. But this truly has me hooked.
Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2017
There's a shift in tone here, which personally is not for me. This album is a little too chipper, happy and upbeat. Baths has always had somewhat of a bittersweet, beautiful sadness to his music and that's not really present here on this album. Obsidian and ocean death are so dark and chill I love them. I'm a misanthrope and I need something that helps me cope with that and Baths has always been there for me when things were tough. The new direction here is just way too happy and upbeat. Some people may like that though, and that's cool, but there's nothing on here that is really giving me chills and goosebumps (like how and Animals, fade white or Orator would do to me).
For anyone starting to get into Bath's I would recommend Obsidian and ocean death first. Cerulean is also excellent.
a gorgeous, deeply felt album. from the cheeriness of yeoman to the bitterness of human bog, these songs are captivating. both lyrically and musically, they are stunning. i recommend this artist to my friends whenever i get the chance.