Although their style is simple, the music is spontaneously organic, and each and every track appears to have a diffuse conscience of its own. Revolving around soft nuances that celebrate the possibilities of its creative and subtle sonorous design, Myra is a sensational and deeply inspirational voyage throughout the cracked dissidences of our own dilated perceptions. The singular notion of artistry within the group certainly has created a universe of sound upon which conscience can relax and travel as a completely autonomous entity, free to wander in a sonorous ocean of splendor, destined to be converted to dust soon afterwards.
Despite the fact that there is nothing primordially different on this work, at least compared to other albums of the genre, Spurv outstands itself by an interesting degree of originality, that exhibits a graceful authenticity subtlety exposed in the miraculous beauty and elegance present in the consistent shape and uniformity of its sound. The textures and the symmetry of the sound is pure, but sophisticated, and intelligently devised, and its flexible, but cohesive harmonies unravel a sagacious creativity that deserves to be highlighted by the genuine strength of its style.
Myra is a very good album. Although I must emphasize the fact that this work will hardly impress experienced enthusiasts of the genre, there is enough qualities on this album to appreciate in its entirety its proficient and surreal majesty, that makes the abysses of conscience travel throughout the most splendid spheres of existence.