Like Portishead before them Seefeel have returned with an album of surprising velocity and power, yet whilst Portishead found new life from decade/s old influences in the shoegaze and krautrock brackets and channelled it all into the most vital work of their career Seefeel have almost caved in on themselves, forsaking for the most part the intricacies and ocean-deep layers that bridged shoegaze and electronica to foreshadow a post-rock sound that was very rarely bettered by successors.

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