This is a good album, and nothing like I expected from reading about it. It's a little like listening to Gang Gang Dance, Yume Bitsu and Saturday Looks Good To Me at the same time... inside your dryer. It's kind of disorientating, but occasionally sublime. It's difficult to describe, so I'll keep this short.
The rhythm is steady, with a dance-y kick drum providing a sort of pulse almost constantly. There are guitars with a lot - a lot - of reverb and phase on them making things sort of dreamy and strange. The ghostly vocals echo around you maddeningly, and occasionally drop out to allow the occasional extended instrumental trip. The general sound of the record is pretty constant; tracks are different, but not that different from one another. Some are better than others: "5:15 Train" is almost inarguably the best song on the record, while the next track, "Lists, Plans" seems unfocused and unconcerned about melody. An interesting exception is the atmospheric "Panic Attacks Are What Make Me 'Me,'" which sounds like a cross between Loscil and old Manitoba. I understand one guy does the music and his sisters do the vocals, so this must be an example of his "solo material." Well, good! Make more!
This album is definitely worth taking a look at if you can handle the sort of sensory overload at which it excels. Give these songs a shot and see what they're about. Since I'm so late to the party with this band they probably have another album out by now, so check that one out too if it exists - and get back to me.