It's applause worthy, the way that La Dispute can so easily change their style and never once lose their high level of quality. Whether it be on their emotionally charged, screaming masterpiece that was Somewhere At The Bottom... or on their series of spoken word EPs slowly released over the last few years, they never once slip up. On the first track of their third poetic EP, lead man Jordan Dreyer creates a fragile and tangible atmosphere in the simplest of ways, but doesn't forget to imprint his own personal touch to make it his own. It's brilliant the way this band can do so many things and do them all wonderfully. I feel my praise for them will only grow as they release more of their work.