Secret Meeting contends that the new album from The Innocence Mission “is steeped in the kind of moving and profound creations that have endeared them to long term fans.” The review continues, describing individual songs on the record. “The entrancing ‘Movie’ flickers,” writes Secret Meeting, “emitting shades of Serge Gainsbourg or Lee Hazelwood. ‘St Francis and The Future,’ inspired by the renaissance painter, Jan Van Eycks, perfectly complements the contrasting vision of bustling city life with a religious foreground vision. ‘John As Well’ emits the classic folk tapestries for which the Innocence Mission are most recognised, and is a perfect display of Karen Peris’ voice. While ‘On Your Side’ flows with an understated eloquence – documenting the passing of those close to us, yet pondering their continued existence beside us.” Read all about the album here.