03:40 AM on 03/01/15
My love for this album grows every time I listen to it. I was initially a bit "eh, I'll check this out again someday", but after about 5 or 6 listens, it really has grabbed me. It's been a good few years since I've found a "summer" album.
It's weird, but it's somewhere between Days Away and Good Old War.GoW was too indie/country for me, but Mapping an Invisible World is one of my most treasured albums. This is what I always imagined Days Away would have followed up with.
Either way, I can see me enjoying this for summers to come. It's really straightforward and unoffensive.