The instrumental on "Sunset II" is breath taking in every sense of the term, although I must say it's the vulnerability of the lyrics combined with Des Brennan raw vocal delivery that's bound to steal your heart.
When I heard first heard this I genuinely thought of Elzha and Blu because of the old school/vintage feel of the track. Des Brennan's subject matter revolves around death, love and the past. So in many ways regardless of who you are one is easily able to relate with his words. And he does so in a way which comes across as sincere, which I thoroughly enjoyed.