Dawn is a very intense and splendid album, lost in a genuine sphere of composition, that has on the axis of its proverbial nature the greatest elements that post rock could ever aspire. With beautiful and expressively melodic guitar lines, the songs are major surreal pieces of peace and serenity, adorned by a sound corroborated by a vigorous amount of splendor, exacerbated by the proverbial and torrential sensibility of a sound that never gives away on the spirit of its powerful and sagacious veracity.
With a soft and smooth presence, Dawn reveals itself, track by track, as a marvelous album, that really deserves a great deal of repercussion. With a great level of talent, ability and intuition, George Will has created a wonderful record, filled with symbolic and reflexive nuances, that imposes vast contrasts with the multifaceted sonorous universe of his versatile and proficient nature.
A delicate, wise and very imaginative album, Dawn has on the verge of its qualities a formidable and miraculous sensibility, capable of healing all illusions lost in the vicinities of a predominantly introspective world. A sensational sonorous spectacle, the record is a highly skilled, detailed, dense, clarifying and beautiful work of art, that the genre hasn’t seen with such vitality for quite a while. With no faults to be pointed out whatsoever, Dawn is an immensely gracious and effectively proverbial album, that literally will be the reason for all post rock enthusiasts to celebrate.