Octopus Brothel‘s second album is darker, more conceptual, and more their own. Starting with the fervent stand-out track Dead Flowers, the songs become more ruminative and atmospheric, all fitting together in a seamless progression of moods before the turbulent, bittersweet cosmic ride of Slow Rise. At five tracks, it’s eminently listenable, and tough not to revisit. You’ll be glad you did!

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