Following on from 2011's debut masterpiece 'Disobey', Comedy of Errors bring us a second album which is stunning in terms of its vision and the depth of musical creativity. The album is alive, fresh and bristling with energy and ideas. Indeed, the joy of the album is listening to the wonderful combination of intelligent insight as manifest in the lyrics, the undoubted technical talents of an extremely skilled set of musicians, and the driving, engrossing symphonic melodies presented in the songs. Joe Cairney's lead vocals are the perfect summit of a soundscape which is richly layered with Jim Johnston's expressive and mesmerising keyboard work, supplemented and enhanced with Mark Spalding's captivating guitar work and grounded in the wonderful drumming of Bruce Levick. With backing vocals provided by John Fitzgerald and excellent production values, this is an album which opens up again and again with each listening: always something new, your attention never slips. It is a joy to listen to song writing of this quality and depth. A cracking good album and thoroughly worth every penny. Bravo!