It says something quite powerful upon listening to the opening seconds of Unsaid just how profound the experience has already become. That taste remains potent throughout the album reflecting the artist’s personal experiences almost like a past tense resonating into the future self. Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch’s fusion of quietly intense moment’s plays like a personal conversation you may shy away at first but taking the time to listen is about the emotions we all share at one location or another. The piano sits at the centre and is played beautifully teasing out the highs and subsequent lows of nature while hinting a hushed words, screaming to be heard. The contrast and it’s a loud one is the haunting Fata Morgana which plunges the listener into scary depths via blistering blasts of dark analogue soothed, partially, by the longing sensation produced by strung-out synthesisers. There is a brutality to all of this, sometimes hidden, testifying to the raw emotion offered. This theme reoccurs adding difference and subtlety to the tracklist as it evolves over the course repeated appreciation.