Kicking the album off with the title track, we’re met with the soaring vocals of Joe Disson over a blend of up-beat indie-rock. It’s big, bold and the stuff of anthems, combining the likes of FEEDER and 4th STREET TRAFFIC in its delivery and radio friendly qualities, a fantastic start. “Worlds Apart” takes things up a level with an incredibly catchy, up-tempo intro, backed with an equally catchy chorus, some great guitar work from Joe and fellow 6-stringer Lew Bray, the whole track has hit written all over it and is an early album highlight.
“Breathe” continues with the theme of utilising the massive chorus, encouraging huge sing-along moments not only at live shows but generally wherever you listen to it, it’s that infectious, which can also be said for “Headlights”. A fine a dose of melodic indie inspired pop as you will find. The album does have its gentler moments too however, with the likes of “Ghosts”, “Tiny Little Lights” and closing track “Futures” wrapping things up nicely on what is a well-rounded album.
The Undivided may have had a bit of financial backing here, which many, many bands would be envious of, so as expected the production work is top notch, but it’s now up the band to grab all momentum with both bands and really go for it. They’ve got our attention, but only they can make sure it’s undivided for the foreseeable future…