A love for a bare-bones, honest, intimate journey as in Bon Iver’s For Emma, Forever Ago, King Krule’s 6 Feet Beneath the Moon or Youth Lagoon’s The Year Of Hibernation will be the same force that will draw fans to Able Thought’s serene In Limbo. Looking to the lyrics, like these from the track “Canyons” “The dreams that dwell/ Moral that melts/ The thoughts that make my brain swell/ It helps me understand whats underneath” we get a glimpse into the two years of self discovery that transformed constantly evolving material into the tracks we hear. The title of the album serene In Limbo describes the album vividly. The serene being the chilled out stereo manipulating vocals and consistent guitar picking melodies (produced by his electronically self-updated nylon string guitar), surrounded by the swelling, dark, unpredictable beats that bring a bit of chaos for the melodies to reside in. (ala in limbo). Bringing all the chaos to an abrupt stop sporadically we get the howling falsetto Ooo’s as in “Places” and “Shooting Stars From Outer Space” that speak just as clearly as the lyrics (maybe even more-so) to the intimate journey of self understand that Able Thought’s serene In Limbo is.