Opening track “Anti-Faith” starts off with a touch of electronica before it hits you with a wave of melodic , youthful energy. Rebecca’s vocals; powerful and soaring, but not overwhelming.
Main single “Storm Chaser” has a slight hint of Paramore to it, but these days it’s hard for any female fronted alternative band to escape such comparisons, despite not necessarily being a bad thing, Paramore are huge. It retains enough genuine quality however for all of that to remain irrelevant. A fantastic track. “The Wanderer” keeps things ticking along nicely, more hooks than a fisherman’s kit box and another vocal display stamped with authority from Rebecca, it balances itself between being a top draw edgy pop song and a heartfelt rock ballad really well.
“Hang Man” initially takes things up a gear with it’s squirming guitar driven intro. The vocals haven’t differed a great deal but there is more of a bite to this one, there’s more attitude, while both “Aeon” and “Dream Catcher” keep piling on the charm, before an acoustic rendition of “Anti-Faith” wraps the album up nicely. The song loses none of it’s character and shows Anavae don’t intend to completely pigeonhole themselves within a style of sound.
Whilst it could be argued that “Dimensions” is a safe album, that it’s not challenging creatively, it cannot be denied that the 8 tracks on offer here are of very high quality. Describing songs as “catchy” can sound half-hearted on times, palming off any depth the track may have and not giving the artist in question the credit they deserve, but these tracks really are damn catchy and a genuine pleasure to listen to. The only Dimensions you should worry about are the amount of kb’s of free space you have on your iPod/MP3 player, as this is essential listening. 
Download; “Storm Chaser”, “The Wanderer”
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