I do get what they were going for, but it's not nearly as emotionally potent or powerful as it was meant to be. If you've heard this, you know the spoken word of Chris Zizzamia, which is delivered in this sort of whiny shout that is initially kind of annoying, but eventually okay. It's like Jordan Dryer if he didn't have his charm and lyrical mastery. Not that the lyrics here are necessarily bad; they do a good job of creating imagery, but sometimes it can sound like a college freshman reading his philosophy class material while simultaneously being stoned out of his mind. We were all there once, but it doesn't make it any less embarrassing. The thing that really hurts about Between Bodies is that the music underneath the poetry is wonderful and about as post-rock/ambient leaning as they get. The music succeeds in spite of the spoken word; the EP may have been better off without it. It's not a bad project by any means, but it definitely could've been better.