The overall sound, while electronically intact, does come through a little tired on occasion. I recognize numerous sounds from "I Say, I Say, I Say" for example and there is a distinctly organic feel within all the machine fused pop melodies on this album that confuses me. Fans will be pleased to hear that most songs are classic Erasure, though, peaking in the forthcoming single "Sunday Girl", last single "I Could Fall in Love with You" and the dreamy "Storm in a Teacup". The groovy, house infected "Sucker for Love" is another story, drowning in charmless attitude atypical for the duo.
"Light at the End of the World" sees Erasure work within their own kingdom and it is as impressive as it is enjoyable to listen to their sustained quality of creating catchy pop numbers. While not pushing any boundaries; they have been doing quite enough of that the past year and a half, this is a vibrant electropop plethora, well on par with the very best.