is not the kind of band that enjoys repeating itself again and again. While the previous "A Voluntary Coincidence" CD was quite of a dark album criticizing the ruinous state of modern society, the evocatively full length album, titled "Stitches Of Eden" reveals a much more positive artistic approach far away from doldrums of death, suffering and self-infliction.
By writing about themes like love, healing and purity, Max
's compositions have become more open and give much more space for Noemi
's voice to breathe and reveal her impressive wide vocal range (from the nearly wave-pop tone of "Never Enough" or "Sitting on The Moon", to the more upbeat and revolted alternative-rock of "Hybrid Moments" and "Your Killer Toy"). Although everyone is for sure recognize Helalyn Flowers
' characteristic intricate and incisive sound, "Stitches Of Eden" has a touch of 80's pop rock inspiration, adding a very pleasant catchy and melodic dimension to the band's already quite open and diversified music style based on dynamic synths, powerful basslines, strong guitars and outstanding female vocals.
An electro album that will for sure ignite the imagination and widen their already quite eclectic fanbase to anyone who enjoys the most diversified bands in the likes of Garbage
, Killing Joke
, Duran Duran
, The Cure
or even Gary Numan
. Top-class unconventional electronic pop-rock tunes for fashion and alternative music lovers.