It’s an album to listen to while walking through Trinity Bellwoods Park in Toronto on a summer day. Each song is filled with pop-fuelled tones and Kehoe’s strong and somewhat faltering voice, which adds the most intrigue to the album. As a whole the album is mellow, and at times could be music to fall asleep to (see: ‘No Face’ and ‘I Can Laugh’).
More upbeat songs include ‘Sudden Dark Truths’, and ‘Season In Hell’. At times, each song can sound the same, and I find that they stand out better as singles rather than listened to collectively as an album.
My personal favourite song is ‘Yet To See The Sun’.