Luckily Ronan is still a skilled song writer, and he knows what works and what doesn't. The slow ballad "Ghost" doesn't, though. It's terribly uneventful and dull, but instead we applaud some scorching dance floor stompers in the form of "Tomorrow Never Comes" - where the aforementioned electro influence is biggest, with its compressor pumping beat. This is the best track off the album (albeit a little repetitive) and probably a live favourite to come, together with "Where There Is Light", a track where they're actually getting closer to radio pop. And they do it with style, it's catchy, well produced and upbeat.
I feel "Of Power, Faith and Glory" is a bit uneven, and the heights are too far between. Mediocrity is more abundant. Their last album "Judgement" was stronger, with its standout tracks.