If you are familiar with Breton already from Other People's Problems or their early Counter Balance Ep, then this is a comparable album of maturity.
Roman Rappak's recognisable vocals and crafted lyrics remain a strong foundation of the band's sound and the depth of musicianship/production has continued to improve on the high quality of Other People's Problems.
The first track (and single) Envy is an instant foot tapping, head rocking effort. Search Party comes in strong near the end of the album with tight percussion from Adam Ainger and Ian Patterson. S4 is another well crafted effort with many layers to unpeel.
I'm still in the early period of listening, but very impressed so far and feel that the lads are going from strength to strength. Recommended purchase if you want something contemporary that is not afraid to be a little different.