Little less than forty minutes long, the record has six tracks: Polaris, Samsara, Voyagers, Kintsugi, Gravity (Release) and Passages And Awakening. An interesting album with a delicate atmosphere and a beautiful introspective sonorous outline, Distances is a very uplifting album with a colorful sincere vibration, and an intriguing style of its own: with a more reflexive and philosophically pungent softness, this album is a rather conspicuous, but intelligent and creatively developed work, that shapes the genre in a very peculiar sphere of sensitive and graceful melodies.
Although somewhat esoteric, but amazingly down to earth at the same time, the sound of iiah can be defined as a preordained principle of ethereal pieces of artistry, upon which the sound is liquefied at the dissonant vortex of an infinite serenity, that paradoxically cries out loud in silence the fortunes of a miraculously wonderful distant dream, that touches the human mind at the weep of comfort. The song Voyagers is a particular example of how beautiful this sonorous journey can be: in a tunnel of peaceful, but pervasively melodic mindful obliterations, your soul can see throughout the sincere esotericism of an everlasting beauty, upon which the human sensibility is amplified, over a captivating glimpse of joyful eternity.
Their music is undoubtedly a powerful journey throughout the ambivalent specter and the openness of the senses. It drives you throughout a meaningful passage of cosmic completeness, driven by colorful harmonies exhilarated by a poetic beauty, stigmatized by the strength of a fascinating grasp onto eternity, where everything is more salutary, splendid and profoundly spiritual. In other words, there are no boundaries in the music of iiah, and their sound can described as being close to the perfection of serenity.
The melodies are exceptionally splendid, and while their style follows the traditional virtues and qualities of post rock, there is more into their harmonies than what the ears may capture in a first glance. With brilliantly dilapidated rhythms, Distances is the embodiment of a higher form of art, marvelously shaped into an invisible horizon of purity, and greatly envisioned throughout a universe of innovative clarity.