The fourth album from this band from Poland.
The band is a sextet with a lineup of percussion, drums, bass, guitars, keyboards, saxophone, piano and vocals.
A female choir added their vocals too.
I was not particular impressed by their debut album. I have not heard their second and third album yet.
I have therefore arrived at their fourth and newest album.
The band does a mix of neo-prog, art rock, a bit of gypsy music, jazz and fusion.
This band is not a run of the mill progressive rock band. They are still a progressive rock band and the music is progressive rock.
The vocals is pretty poor. The saxophone is a pretty dominant instrument in their sound.
The quality of the songs are decent to good.
This is a good album and band for those who want to listen to quirky, but still melodic progressive rock.