The Isidore Chamber's almost operatic pop music sways like candlelight. The movements of Sebastian Lange's piano and Gerald Wu's vocals cast drifting waves of both sadness and hope over the rhythm section of Jasun Hadaway and Benjamin Cory, tying the songs into shapes that you might have found on old 4AD albums.
The songs help you lose yourself in oceans and survive months of rainy days. It stretches out the shadows and pulls your veins closer to your skin, while wrapping warm arms around your chest and promising you that even though you might feel like slipping away, it'll be alright in the end. Not what you want to hear if you're trying to get yourself in a good mood, but it's beautiful nonetheless.