|You know, if the last song on the Drones' album is around 9 minutes it will be good. Why "Write a Letter That You'll Never Send" is definitely better than the last song on the previous album. "A Moat You Can Stand In" will kick the whole crap out of you!|
Album is more spooky and sinister in sounding. Production is spacey (in comparison with rather dry but clean production on Havilah), bass is less prominent. I probably will raise the rating after few listenings because this album is more hard get into than the previous one.
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