The fifth installment from The Furious Seasons is enveloped by home, humility and heart. Based in Los Angeles, on Look West, the crew offers effortless folk sounds enriched by a pop undertone. Here, everything feels authentic.
From start to finish, a dignified demonstration of skill is expressed. Caressed by tender vocals and appreciative insights, “Longshot,” and “A Thing To Behold,” welcoms the listener into their inner realm. The bulk of the album showcases artistic credibility.
By the time “Sadly Matched” arrives a creative plateau threatens to derail the album. Both “Bad Man,” which ponders falling short of another’s perceived desire, and “Simple And Clean” work to inject enough interest to break the creative lull. Overall, The Furious Seasons reinforces its established sound.
“Glad It’s Mine” is the needed salvation for Look West. The album ends on an unexpected high.