The release begins with "Mallets", a nearly six-minute long instrumental epic. The slow-building track contains some cool ambient parts before building into a bass-heavy, nearly post-rock type atmosphere. Towards the end of the song, however, the post-rock feel is abandoned in favor of meaty riffage. The following "Towers" is decent, but not especially noteworthy especially in comparison to the closer, "Spaces", easily the standout track of the EP. "Spaces" features strong lyrics; the opening line "Let's take the time to reclaim our story/We'll craft each lie from allegory" is especially poignant. The song is most in keeping with the work on Sever Your Roots and proves that this is the style The Felix Culpa should continue to play.
With three solid new tracks, The Felix Culpa show no signs of slowing their momentum as one of the rising bands in the progressive/indie/post-hardcore genre. Hopefully, they continue to release an onslaught of quality work and maintain their status as one of the best new bands in the scene.