Sidewalks and Skeletons have brought March to its knees with this beautiful release here by employing vocal contributions by the likes of Emily Hall, Masha Petrova, Crossparty, †LOΛΣΓS† and Lauren Greenwood. From the cinematic instrumental opener entitled “Fall” to the various ups and downs of this post-witch player, the darkness is ever so eloquently fallen upon us here on the planet when this bitch plays. Goth, which is track #4, is probably one of the most purest heart lifting tracks I have heard, a definite title track for me. After months of self-isolation and experimentation, S & S have brought a worthwhile follow up to their 2014 album ‘Future Ghosts’ which was a top album for me last year in 2014. Some will call this a very natural progression which includes some new styles and themes that are new to the palate. I find this release a very rewarding listen and hope you will enjoy this the same way I have — by playing the tracks in the album order preferable under the canopy of some white light.