Listening to “verdict to roam” makes me think of lounge-like bedroom vibes, rainy days, intimate musings and secret diaries. There’s something almost like “Milla Jovovich” about this album, but I can’t really put my finger on it.
It could be because it feels effortless and simple. Perhaps it is the un-intrusive child like vocals. Maybe it’s the dreamy lingering chants, which can be both haunting and enlightening.
You might not catch it at first, like most art, it takes a while to grow on you. As it does, it soaks up the space between falling in and out of love. That’s when you realise it’s a lot more complicated then you may have originally thought.