The album is an indelible set of ten expertly crafted songs that touch on themes of love, perseverance, self-doubt, and self-healing.
It's a record that, much like the band itself, was created over an unadulterated love of music and collaboration and, as a result, is honest, real, and brimming with integrity.
"It's an album and it's meant to be listened to from start to finish. That's what I'd like for people to do. Listen to the whole thing and see it as a complete work on its own."
In Take It Through The Night, Patty's yearning, longing vocal provides echoes of the haunting melody and emotional resonance of Fleetwood Mac, while Kelly and Dwight's layered wall-of-sound guitars possess both the squalling slide of timeless Southern rock and a lurching intensity which recalls Led Zeppelin's Kashmir.
"Patty wrote the whole 'Take It Through The Night' lyric herself. I had a tiny part of a blues riff and Dwight ran away with it and turned the chorus into a bit of an Eagles and Joe Walsh vibe.
"We were just in full-on guitar mode. We were trying to make an Allman Brothers record with that one."
Now comes another track from the album, Let The Light Shine Over You.
The song is already established as a staple of their live shows.
The soulful slow-burner is a warm embrace of a song, with lyrics that offer a glimpse of positivity for whenever the demands of life begin to feel like too much.