Instrumental math rock can be polarising; as a technical exercise it’s often impressive, but it can get so bogged down in its own quest for complexity that it becomes a chore to listen to. Lite are here to change that perception. There’s no shortage of quality musicianship on show, but they portray this through a series of catchy, infectious songs, making this album just as interesting to listen to as it is impressive.

Read all of my thoughts at Punktastic.

The math-rock genre has become so synonymous with impressive musicianship that clever instrumentation alone is no longer a differentiator but more of an entry requirement. LITE recognise this…