Das zweite Album der UK-Mathrocker spielt mehr mit Elektronik und sogar Industrial, atmet aber auch dunklen Ambient und Postrock. Für Fans von The Battles, PVT / Pivot, Errors, Three Trapped Tigers.
After releasing their debut album, a monstrous slab of dark experimental rock Yours Sincerely Dr. Hardcore in 2012 and at the peak of their sci-fi powers Wrexham's Gallops soon announced they were no more and broke up in 2013.
In 2016, almost three years to the day, they announced their return. "We missed it too much, basically having some time away from the band gave us a fresh perspective and made us realise that Gallops still has life in it. It just needed a nap." After awaking from their nap, they have done so revitalised, rejuvenated and driven, creating an album that has stretched their horizons even further and is driven by the propulsive charge of electronic music. That said, guitars and drums are far from strangers on the record, but instead they are used to colour and shade around the electronic centerpiece of the record. "We are very interested in marrying the real with the unreal." Sonically the record matches the band member's fuller sense of scope and vision; the sputtering electronics, and often-elongated guitar wails, recall the dystopian visions as depicted in the finest 1980s horror and sci-fi films. There are moments of soaring post-rock, humming dark ambience, esoteric offshoots, bubbling electronics and even the odd gargle of industrial-tinged noise.