Kicking off with the album’s title track, it’s nothing short of impressive. You can forget any notions of going backwards; this is finely tuned, finely written and brilliantly played hard rock of the highest quality. Rory Kay and David Mena Ferrer’s guitar work slick and almost seductive during the intro, while Adam Leader’s vocals are a commanding and powerful presence. “51 56” whilst despite being slower in pace makes up for in sheer groove in abundance, carried by some strong bass from Faz Couri, also again, the guitars are confident and everything just falls into place perfectly.
“In Search Of The Sun” starts off rather creepily, it’s quite morose and almost haunting, showing that if needed, the band can tone it down further still yet maintain a level of interest. The music itself simpler but they still deliver a great chorus. “Burn” and “Draw The Line” keep up with the hard rock vibe of the album but are both ever so slightly jazz/funk infused, giving everything a fresh feel but staying true to their heavy roots, before we finish up on “The Eyes Behind I”; another quirky, incredibly catchy intro and ultimately, another flawless track.
If we can take one thing from this album is that, in searching for sun, they've stumbled across a new sense of purpose and a fresh pallet of ideas. Musically there is nothing but improvement on display here and as far as first album’s go, this is one these five Londoner’s should be extremely proud of. 
The album “The World Is Yours” is out September 1st
The single “The World Is Yours” is available now: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/the-world-is-yours-single/id885823341