The tranquility and the modesty that circulates within these simple melodies reveal a lucid grace that cradles the loneliness of the soul. Perfect for solitary moments, the ludic arrangements and the overall melodies — that somewhat manages to be as extravagant on the range of its consistency as direct and simple as possible on the verge of its sonorous anatomy — present in Premonition are quite elegant and vibrant, sensational and sensible, in the context of its elemental nature, as well as in the virtues of its monumental expansion, intelligently playing with the emotional balance of our soul seeds, building on the placidity of its light a fundamental antagonism that filters on the rhythm the twilight of its own creative axis.
A very good album that masterly comprehends and vividly exposes the real consistence of the genre without being redundant, Premonition elucidates the predisposition and the objectives of its own sense of artistry, revealing in the process the sincerity of its musical nature, where the basic harmonies guide general sensibilities, until they disperse in a surreal ocean of melodies, that dilates in the axis of its stupor the majestic splendor of a constrained, but conscious rapture.
Despite the fact that the record has its share of predictability, the style of the group sounds genuine and independently creative. Although exceedingly rooted in the basic premises of the genre, Premonition has revealed itself a vigorous musical coalition, that certainly deserves appreciation. With a lot of interesting elements to aggregate, as well as enough strength to showcase a vast degree of innovation and authenticity, First Came The Shadow is an interesting act, with enough fuel to display its graceful artistry.