Lo-fi, heavy, psychedelic, eerie, catchy and yet still distinctly Trevor.
This album may feel like a big departure from the norm but considering how Trevor Something has evolved in sound over the years it's really not that out of the norm.
All those years of experimentation and shifting tones have sort of culminated into this great bit of work. I can hear touches of everything he's ever done in each song peaking through.
And it's amazing, honestly.