The songs are generally marvelously beautiful and wonderfully composed. A great, delightful surprise – that unfortunately we rarely experience in the genre – was the presence of vocals, although on an occasional basis. A beautiful, poetic, fantastic, splendorous voice, that perfectly matches the general musical layer of the work. Achieving a rapturous and graceful sonorous zenith, that strongly makes you feel a mile above the clouds, the natural grace and the elementary spontaneity of the music reaches a sensational level of sincere and sober splendor, that irradiates the genuine, infallible and inherent musical qualities that were expressively and methodically combined to create this marvelous work.
Unfortunately, the album is not perfect. It doesn’t scape its pervasive percentage of monotony, although it is just a handful of passages, that doesn’t compromise in any way the fantastic and tremendously original style of the group. The music of There’s A Light is exceedingly vivid, consistent, beautiful, sensibly poetic and thoroughly magnificent, like no other band in the genre. They are, indeed, expressively incomparable.
A vigorously splendid album that I really loved with passionate enthusiasm, filled with a charismatic, profound, gracious, serene, ostensibly vivid and formidably genuine musical vivacity, the creativity of the band is surreal, expansive and graciously cinematic. A Long Lost Silence is a sensational and aggrandizing album, a work where a profoundly authorial type of music – created with a hyperbolic and vast degree of originality – was born, and has in abundance all the necessary qualities to take by storm the underground scene.