Not three months after the release of ‘Untitled (Black Is)’, a record we said was a “significant leap to a whole new level of artistry” for SAULT, the band is back again with another collection that proves them the most compelling act of the moment. Drawing less on Soul and more on Dance music, this is still unmistakably SAULT. Live percussion holds locked in grooves that let slip just enough to feel organic while bass provides a solid foundation that radiates strength and warmth. Again, the lyrical themes are prescient, political, inspired and inspiring. While the collective history of Punk, Hip Hop, Jazz, Folk, Soul and Country have provided any number of vital and bold statements of demanding socio-political activism, few have sounded so challenging and yet so reasonable. Let loose to ‘I Just Want To Dance’, ruminate on ‘Little Boy’, and absorb ‘You Know It Ain’t’. The deft touch of the mysterious contributors to the SAULT project have created the most important album of 2020… for the second time.