4.5 on initial listen and there's no way this is going to lose it's charm. This band manages consistency while still evolving. They push every element from the first album to the limit here and still manage to maintain focus. I've heard Submotion and The Cinematic Orchestra mentioned a lot together, and while I think they both do something very different, the goal they both achieve is quite similar; especially in that they manage to combine great melodies, harmonies, and hooks with complex rhythms, thick atmosphere, and varying tones. Submotion successfully takes the most complimentary elements of multiple genres and matches them perfectly to achieve not only an interesting and engaging sound, but to immerse you in extremely vivid soundscapes that can range from beautiful to eerie. There is no better example to this than Times Strange and Eyeline one after the other.