We Shine Every Night have somewhat a very simple, but captivating style. The music is basically panoramic, and standardizes at the virtues of its nobilities the principles upon which the fortunes of their melodies are balanced: a vortex of perennial beauty, centered in a convergent universe of plural sensibilities, where your soul will easily rest, as long as the music is able to perpetuate the intrinsic cosmogonies of heaven at the foundations of your heart.
Although their style is simple, more ecstatic and cinematic than dynamic, there is a confluence of vivid beauty that displays a paradisiac vortex of musical integrity within their consistent paradigm of predisposed creativity. Patience and resignation overcomes the turbulent sidelines of exhaustion, that their music easily cure, with the balm of slow recovery, anticipated by the healing harmonies of a majestic soundscape, that passes by the exhilarating overview of your imagination, always propelled by the magnanimous devices of a world unknown to the abysses of our concealed indolence.
Evidently – despite its abundant conjuncture of qualities – I don’t categorize All Shall Rise, All Shall Prosper, by We Shine Every Night, as a masterpiece, but the album should be recognized as a fundamental milestone of the genre. Different, genuine, and with some elements of intriguing originality, here we certainly have a promising post rock group, that has everything to consolidate a great and powerful reputation in the worldwide underground scene.