Trembling Hands, on the other hand is a poppy sounding track lasting a mere three and a half minutes. The drawback with an album like this is it's not particularly engaging. It's struggle to remember much about the stately, almost Zen-like melodies of Be Comfortable, Creature and Postcard From 1952. Let Me Back In, possibly due to being 10 minutes long, feels like an understated epic.
It's all very well-played but the slow build ups demand a lot of patience of the listener. Punk it ain't.