You can tell when a band really tries to create a pop record that is going to stay with people for a long time. 'The Big Roar' isn't just some flimsy album a band have put together to make money. It is clear that time and effort has gone into creating this wonderful world of their personal world.
The whole array of different sounds on the album is just truly magical. The mix of rock, indie, pop and electro really makes the album as brilliant as it is, and the beautiful vocals just top the whole thing off.
Songs such as 'Whirring' and 'Cradle' are probably some of the best songs you will ever hear as the blend of the instruments sits in your ear perfectly.
It seems as if the band has released something that they wanted to, rather than something they thought other people would like.