With an intelligent balance between slow and rapid harmonies, the sound of the band is dynamic and vivaciously intense, a little reminiscent of The Seven Mile Journey, though even calmer and peaceful. In a proverbial expansive sonority that works the vibrant atmosphere of its own salutary densities, Falltime rapidly reveals itself to be a competent collection of serene liquid symphonies, where a peculiar universe of disruptive insurgencies rise above the ephemeral tenderness of its axis of resourceful creative inspiration.
Despite the fact that the album is very good – and maintains its virtuosity all the way through –, Falltime eventually resents itself of its homogeneous nature. Nevertheless, the technical mordacity of the group never surpasses their creative essence, so their marvelous artistry remains consistent throughout the entire album, and the soul of the work never loses sight of its musical identity, that grows from the kindhearted peculiarities that constantly departs and revolves around gentile and soft harmonies.
Although Falltime may not surprise you at first, the album can be classified as a moderately virtuous and lucid work that – if lacks an abundant degree of originality – is audacious enough to engrave its own style within the genre, in a very sensible and graceful spirit. With sweet melodies that definitely aggregates more selective tendencies and reflexive dispositions to the music, the sound of Endless Dive is a beautiful consecration of evocative melancholy and desolation, set in a panorama of brightly conceived and cohesive artistry.