Bro, you're going 30 next july. Grow up please. University is way behind you and this is not how you solve your existential crisis. + Green Day has always been bad + she don't want you anymore, move on.
More complex, deeper, and more spatial than ever, Slift departs from the simple formulas of effective rock to explore galaxies much more distant than those on Ummon, their previous album, while solidifying their status as the best current space rock band in the entire world (... or space, maybe ?).