There’s something truly intriguing about The Early November’s latest release In Currents. While it both begins and ends through melodic harmonies, the bulk of the album is an intrinsic journey through what feels like a beautifully constructed wave of growth, with the narrator living, learning and experiencing all that life’s many currents bring. Soak in everything; forget nothing. As true as this mantra seems for the album’s underlying tones, it is equally as valid for the album itself.
Soak in everything; forget nothing.
Because the truth is, you won’t want to forget anything. In Currents is the kind of album, which will leave you instantly intrigued, and constantly involved. It’s heartfelt, heartwarming and outright reflective. The strength of the album, for this listener comes in the opener, “A Stain On The Carpet” and “Smell Of This Place” -both leaving a feeling of deep manifestation and resonating nostalgia.
In short, the album is as solemn as it is whimsical, as upbeat as it is complacent and as vivacious as it is harmonious. It is in a word, unforgettable.
Be sure the pre-order the album here!