Disco/House revival. The opener Simulation went on a bit too long but the album gets better. Kingdom of Ends goes in a darker direction, echoing Massive Attack with background vocals by Rhianna Kenny.
The singles Something More and Murphy's Law held my attention with the immaculate, layered production and infectious hooks. Shellfish Mademoiselle didn't grab me as much and felt like a filler track.
Incapable revels in its disco aspirations and makes you want to dance, Murphy electing to include the edited down single version. The house-infused We Got Together takes its cue from 80/90s nostalgia, with an addictive beat.
Game Changer goes for a hypnotic dream-like haze. Narcissus might be my least favorite of the singles for the vocals although the lyrics have a timeless appeal. The final track Jealousy could have benefited from slowing down the groove as almost goes too fast.
To sum up, very enjoyable. There's more good than mediocre on this project. Not sure yet if has the durability of Jessie Ware's 2020 disco album What's Your Pleasure? Time will tell!