By now, you should know what to expect from a fresh album by the band Clean.
That’s not to say that this will be the band’s first attempt at crafting a new style of music, but there are certain things that have been changed in this album.
For instance, this is the band taking the approach of letting the album evolve as a whole and not focusing on specific songs or even one song at a time.
In a lot of ways, it’s similar to the sound of their sophomore album, The Wretched, which is about a young boy and his love of the circus.
There’s a lot more of a sense of exploration and experimentation going on here.
Clean also sounds much more live, with more of the band making the most of their time on stage, even when they’re playing in front of a crowd.
And there’s definitely more instrumentation than previous albums, including acoustic guitar, keyboards, and acoustic piano, which could be the most obvious thing that makes this album more accessible to listeners.
It could be just a case of finding songs that work well together or trying to work out what makes a good song.
But even if this album is a bit of a departure, I’m really enjoying it.
I’m definitely looking forward to the next album, and I’m hoping to hear more from the band.