Absolutely delightful. If I had to point to one example of the right way to evolve, it would be this album. On their earlier EP " We Have Many Faces" the whole experience came off as uninspired and underdeveloped, but the change seen with "The Five Colors" is absolutely picturesque. the band's previous lack of direction has blossomed into an adept combination of progressive depth and post-rock beauty. In addition, key vocal sections (beautiful ones btw) add a depth that couldn't be grasped with just instrumental ballads and makes me wonder why there aren't lyrics on all of the tracks instead of just a handful. DEFINITELY worth picking up since it's FREE!!! 4.1/5rFind @ http://music.bridgesofkonigsberg.com/album/the-five-colors
One of the most memorable Post-Rock albums in recent years. Plenty of beautiful, even catchy melodies are present, and a very tight drums and bass combo is the most noticeable part of the album's more exciting sections.rAn overwhelming focus on atmosphere makes this enjoyable to listen to at night. My only complaint is the song structures can be a bit simple at times - While every song has a pretty and memorable riff, the album doesn't focus too much on being progressive.