'Sievert', or 'Sv' in short, is a one track album, lasting forty-one minutes and nineteen seconds. It contains everything you would expect of Aidan & Leah, including layers of drones, elementary doom riffs and hypnotic drums, only darker. From the first look at the cover art to the final soundscapes, this is an epic and gloomy piece of work, reminding me most of their 'Desire In Uneasiness' album, but, yep, better.
When I was scrolling around on the internet, I found another review for this album. It claimed that this is somewhat 'danceable'. Now, personally, I'm not really a dancing person and I certainly wouldn't know how to dance to 'Sv' but if that reviewer meant "hands hidden away in a hooded sweater and gently shaking your head until you reach a state of trance", yes, I do think this is quite a danceable album. Just don't expect it to turn up on your local discotheque.
What 'Sv' does most, is secure Nadja's position in today's drone and shoegaze scene. You might say that pretty much everything here is typical Nadja and that should be more than enough information to convince you to purchase this brilliant piece of work. My suggestion: play it loud, lay on the floor and let these musical masterminds take you on a trip you will not easily forget. So yeah, perhaps I did have to review this album...