A solid swan song (pun intended). It sounded so different from anything they have done before.
Too bad it might be a while (if it would even happen) to see them all together again. Kinda inevitable as most groups never really last and sometimes (not saying this is the case) members outgrow their group and they want to branch out. What they wanted back in '11 may not be what they want now. Nothing wrong with that. Still, I'm really glad and thankful for their music. What initially draw me in is their serendipitous rise. A real underdog story. They were on the verge of disbandment before becoming an overnight success for a song that they have already stopped promoting months before. Even after, it wasn't smooth sailing but they prevailed minus one member for a while. Street was probably their most solid outing but Eclipse edges it for me by an inch as I loved their more mature sound. Night Rather than Day had that Lisa Stansfield-like pop/soul to it and even DDD had that anachronistic sound going for it, like it will feel at home in the late 70s through the 80s. Well maybe except the rap parts. After that they experimented with early 90s New Jack-heavily inspired bit with Lady. I didn't dig it at first but it grew on me. I Love You sounded like a best-of, a mish-mash of their greatest hits. I was kinda dreading (and preparing) that it would be their last one before walking off into the sunset.
It was good while it lasted and good luck with their individual careers. Until next time I guess, whenever that will be.