The music is wispy and melodic piano with a barely-there vocal. The sound of a sensitive, damaged soul unburdening his heart. It’s more Anthony and The Johnsons than Coldplay though before you run away screaming (although it’s not really like the former either).
While it may not have blastbeats and scouring waves of guitar, the emotion on this album is so intense you will catch yourself staring into space, lost and entranced, more than once before the end of the album.
Here’s some Youtube goodness (sorry about the ad but its better quality than the amateur clips) – the simply melody really affects me.