New material from The Interior Project after a 6 year pause. They are back and joined by Jason Brown, experimenting with a variety of styles and sounds. The album offers a typeset letterpress booklet designed by the singer/songwriter Jamiel Dado and is a fundraiser to eventually release vinyl. limited to 150.
Living Room Overture is all the songs from the first EP (The Living Room Sessions) playing at once, creating a warm and distant feel.
Fell Away brings you in on a faster pace, with smooth vocals, staggering percussion, and heavy piano hits.
More Than Us reminds me of a scene in movie with realization of sorts. Floating over gritty textures and strings.
She Can't Be Sure comes in swinging with drunk drums and a driven bass line, but soon is complimented by a peaceful green hill covered in bright flowers.
Nothing's Changed is a different angel, tampering with dub and minimal production.
It's the Last Time I Breathe is probably the closest to the bands previous 2009 EP, being subtle and direct.
Grounded Wing Shadows contains vocals by Jamiel and Blair for the first time, as the song builds and destroys on a journey of becoming again.