Just downloaded it this morning and my thoughts at the moment are: Nobody Can Save Me (9/10) Second best opener after Lost In The Echo for me. Admittedly, it does sound similar to Battle Symphony but so what? It's a really good track in it's own right with gorgeous lyrics, wonderful vocals. Love the little switch in the chorus lyrics from "Nobody can save me now" to "Only I can save me now" too, sets a properly upbeat tone for the album Good Goodbye (7/10) This track took a while to grow on me when it was first released but I really enjoy it now. Love the hard hitting bass, the subtle switches in melodies between each rap verse (chords for Pusha T, arpeggiated chords for Stormzy) and the chorus is impossible not to sing along to. Overall, this is one of those ear worm sorts of songs. Talking To Myself (9/10) Holy crap, Bleed It Out meets Clubland in the best possible way. The live version had me hyped for this track and it's everything I hoped it would be. The snare sound is a bit strange given that I'm used to hearing the natural one from live performances but the song is nonetheless impressive. Definitely single material and definitely one that should stick around for live sets. Battle Symphony (8/10) Despite being released early, the shine hasn't worn off on this track for me. The track is really motivational and the glitchy voice in the intro that reappears several times throughout the track is one of the more infectious melodies on the album. The vocals are on point and, though basic, the lyrics are still great. Invisible (8/10) So I held off on this one and I'm glad I did. Mike's vocals on this one are absolutely gorgeous and the lyrics tug on the heart strings a fair bit. Can really feel the loving, sentimental nature of this track. Also worth nothing is that the composition is great too. It's simple and mainly relies on filtered synthesisers but it really works because it emphasises the lyrics which are really the main focus of the track. Heavy (7/10) Admittedly, this track serves as a weak start to the second half of the album but I'd rather it be weak than boring. Can kind of see why they released this first though, it's one of the more basic tracks that serves as a gateway towards the sounds the album provides. I still enjoy it regardless. Sorry For Now (7/10) Another tugger on the heart strings lyrically. Like with Invisible, Mike's vocals are impressive. My only issues really is that the elements of trap littering the song were a bit of a hurdle early on and Chester's verse sounds odd. That first drop really sucks away the sentiment for a few minutes but once you get past it, the track is a gorgeous and gains appeal from it's constantly changing instrumental. Halfway Right (9/10) Hoping this song makes the live sets or gets to be a single, absolutely love it both lyrically and in terms of the composition and I fell in love from "I screamed at myself when there's nobody left to fight". The contrast between the piano and the heavy synthesised sections really get across the idea of an individual in internal conflict and the chorus for the track is probably my favourite off the entire album. One More Light (8/10) If my heart strings weren't tugged enough from the previous tracks, they're certainly getting yanked by this track. The minimal composition really works well for this one and the synths hovering about in the back don't feel intrusive. And the lyrics... sweet Jesus, the lyrics. Can imagine every flashlight on every phone in the arenas will be on for this track. This one definitely lived up to the hype and was well worth the wait.. Sharp Edges (7/10) And then suddenly, country? The track is a definitive case of mood whiplash given it's way more upbeat compared to the last track. Stranger still is how the track transitions from the minimal country style in the first half to a more electronic fuelled second half. Admittedly, this isn't the best album closer but I'll take this over ALITS any day because I'd rather have a short and simple proper knees-up, upbeat ending than a 10 minute dirge about standing on the wall laughing at things. Overall (9/10): One More Light is alongside Living Things as my other firm favourite Linkin Park album. After the Hunting Party, I really wanted an album with more variety as opposed to heavy guitars in your face for about 12 tracks and I got it here. I love the constant changes in sounds and the overall positive nature of this album. A massive step forward for the band in my opinion.