This modern rock trio from Indiana does everything right for the half of their debut. They are like a 2nd hand version of The Calling and July for Kings but with a poor production. 5 of the songs are quite good and enjoyable listening to like "Please save me","Control","Stay" ,"Illuminate" and "By your side". Songs that can satisfy any modern rock lover but singer Mick Rowe and Co insists on playing some really boring stuff like "Long red hair","Sos","Summertime", "Six" and "Be with you" which I feel it must be hard to be proud over those songs. In that case the album title Blur comes to it?s right meaning.