What's disappointing about the group is the sound they try to create at some points on this album (their second release - From Sea To Sky), falls flat and is unfortunately underwhelming. The break downs and climaxes are designed for far more members than the trio and a couple more guitars to layer the sound wouldn't go amiss. Al Heslop's impressive finger-work on guitar leaves me inclined to suggest that the band seem to be stuck in a limbo of Math and Post Rock, but not a working combination - it seems more unsure as to what it wants to be.
Despite this hiccup, the band still manage to convey an array of emotions in a rather short amount of time, which is a talent not to be ignored.
From Sea To Sky by Heights is out on 9th August 2010.