10 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On this British collective’s fourth album, they continue pursuing their signature blend of ambient house, downtempo, and jazzy R&B, but the production puts the songs in sharper focus than ever. It’s undeniably an album ideal for late-night lounging, from the Billy Boothroyd-crooned R&B slow jam “More Than This” to the hazy trip-hop of “In Gold” to the drifting, ethereal vibe of “Needs” (featuring Andrew Ashong). These are among electronic pop’s most finely crafted nocturnal nuggets.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On this British collective’s fourth album, they continue pursuing their signature blend of ambient house, downtempo, and jazzy R&B, but the production puts the songs in sharper focus than ever. It’s undeniably an album ideal for late-night lounging, from the Billy Boothroyd-crooned R&B slow jam “More Than This” to the hazy trip-hop of “In Gold” to the drifting, ethereal vibe of “Needs” (featuring Andrew Ashong). These are among electronic pop’s most finely crafted nocturnal nuggets.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

DeviousLaugh ,

They done it again.

Submotion Orchestra gets better every time. It's amazing that there's not one song I dislike from them and this album just blew me away. Very impressed and definitely worth listening to. 5 stars aren't enough for this.

Some Guy87 ,

What happened

Alium is one my favorite albums ever, but this is awful. Oh well

Too much instrumentals and too many guest singers. They basically took everything I loved about alium and went 180 degrees. Forget it.

DarthAbadon ,

Eh

Not their best album but good nonetheless

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