For an "indie group", Purity Ring sounds awfully mainstream. Apparently this is "future pop", but to me it sounds very current, mixing EDM and hip-hop. It's very catch, the lyrics are appropriately obtuse and the hooks hook you in. It reminds me of a lot of Chvrches, but only mildly as interesting. I only wished this album had a little more bite. Thankfully it's all killer, no filler, zooming by with a quick ten tracks deep. And when it jumps, it shows off Purity Rings considerable hops. A step forward to success but maybe a step back creatively, I call it a pleasant wash.