Pieces like "Glitter in the Crowd" sound like distant odes to Spaghetti Western soundtracks, with just a bit more 70's flair tossed into the ambiance.
The track "Wounded Eyes" features a stand up bass background with a warm crooner vocal. A very cool arrangement.
My one beef with this album is that while I enjoy the moods and ambiance it creates, it seems at times like it wants to be a lyrical album without lyrical strengths. Lines are repeated over and over again, which could be cool, but often they add expressions to the ends of their repeated phrases to try and make it less boring, and it just ends up sounding like they're coming up with everything off the top of their heads. Lyrically it sounds very lazy. This is most prevalent in the first two tracks, providing a very weak opening for a record with lots of potential.
That said is not an un-enjoyable album, and they definitely do have their strengths- many of which come out later in the record. Such examples include unique instrumental arrangements and good mixes of both digital and physical sounds. Not to mention they offer "Bleeding Healing" at a "Name Your Price" deal via their Bandcamp, which is quite commendable.