Since the last few posts, with the exception of the interview, have been sort of heavy, I thought it was time to lighten the mood a bit. So here's Embark, Embrace from Enemies. It's their third LP and in my opinion, their strongest to date. The addition of sparse lyrics adds the texture needed to keep their sound fresh in the midst of the other primarily instrumental post-rock bands like Battles, And So I Watch You From Afar, Adebisi Shank, and others. Embark is a great listen both for fans of the genre, and anybody who's in the mood for some plain old good music. Enjoy.