People In The Box、7拍子とノイズ交錯する“セラミック・ユース”などポップソングの強度増した楽曲揃いの新作



[English Translation]
The highly polished, varied and flexible ensemble collaborates with the experimental post production by Uni Inoue (an established engineer known for working with Ringo Sheena), continuing to expand the possibilities of a trio band. In “Ceramic Youth,” they change keys in septuple time while repeating melancholic piano phrases that abruptly turn into noise in the chorus parts. Especially, “Gyakko (meaning Backlight)” fresh with the hasty rhythm of the percussion is given an edgy finish, though their pop elements have actually been rather strengthened.