EDEN's sophomore effort is fantastically produced and less dull than his debut. Jonathan Ng has always had the ability to totally stun me with his music. With that said, even with no bad tracks, the album sadly feels a little bloated. The first half is amazing, but I think cutting a few tracks in the second half would've made the album sharper. Furthermore, I think Eden could better his writing as the album doesn't feel fully conceptualised. No Future is ultimately a step in the right direction for EDEN even if he still has a long ways to go.
Best lyric: "But I miss the way the sun streamed through my window. And I miss the way you almost held the tide. But still, it's nice, dreaming that you're somewhere. Feeling the same heat that I did. Another time (I know, I know). If invisible lines lead your way back to me. Walk the line".
Best songs: projector // love, death, distraction // hertz