Loud And Quiet has a review of the new album from The Innocence Mission, entitled See You Tomorrow. “Stretching as far back as 1989,” the site explains, “The Innocence Mission’s expansive back catalogue has forever pondered the passing of time and how we and those around us interact with inevitable change and progression. Their twelfth album, See You Tomorrow, is an introspection of people and how life’s daunting uncertainty impacts the love and anxiety attached to those we cherish. It’s a reflection of chronology, echoing where and what we’ve come from whilst simultaneously gazing at the winding road lying ominously ahead. Behind dulcet textures of chinking piano keys and nylon strings, Karen Peris’ sleek and beckoning vocal transcends any usual dimension of melody, seeping between the cracks of winding arrangements and teaming with tragic awe and wonder.”
There’s more! Read it all here, and get See You Tomorrow spinning now.