With splendorous and salutary melodies, that becomes easily correlated with the sensible virtues of its affable sonority, Endless Summers proves to be a very conventional, but pleasant listening experience, that if on the one hand, does not bring technical nor artistic innovations into the forefront, has enough spiritual balance to craft a formidable and inspiring sound — displaying a moderate degree of audacity and originality —, that is expressively genuine and lucid in the veracity of its creative proposal.
With the predominance of soft and beautiful harmonies — which infuses the environment with the vitality of an artistic splendor so exceptionally gracious, that you become quite astounded with the poetic sensibility displayed by the sound —, as the album evolves, its qualities becomes more and more diluted, though they also expand to more organic levels of unapprehended and delightful creativity. The colorful essence and the gentle nature of the sound seeks to overcome the diluted melancholy of its inherent despondency, though the sound concomitantly transpire a confidence and a sense of happiness that adorn the effusive magnificence of its own universe of introspective tenderness.
With impressively cohesive and fantastic guitar lines — that transcends the scale of its own circular, but everlasting dreamlike vicissitudes —, the musical structure, despite the abrasive nature of its objectivity, reveals in the sensible horizon of its innocent simplicity the grandiosity of an artistic ambition that certainly has an abundant degree of restlessness pursuing its own creative expansion. So on this album, we have the almost perfect junction between technique and sensibility, raised to an almost flawless degree of proficient majesty.
Despite the lack of innovative features, the exceedingly beautiful harmonies displayed on the record make Endless Summers a very interesting and — to a moderate degree — spectacular album, that has enough virtues to delight post rock enthusiasts and audiences unequivocally. We may even say, in a certain way, that it is more of the same; however, it is an excellent plus of it.