This stunning debut album invites listeners on the road to self-discovery through evocative lyrics and profound messages, immaculate instrumentals and the soothing sounds of lead singer Jason Wade. A revealing album that projects an honest illustration of what it means to be unsure of the surrounding world, to hope for requited love and to find your true identity. Lifehouse allows us to explore their innermost feelings and see the vulnerability that lies within each and every one of us. The band exudes such a proficient skill; it's hard to believe they've merely begun. Each song contains its unique blend of harmonic melodies, yet they are all comprised of a vaguely unvarying element that ties into Lifehouse's trademark sound. Although No Name Face fluctuates with steady guitar strums, thunderous drums and blends of bass and baritone, Lifehouse never compromise the constancy of their authenticity. The album intensifies with songs like "Quasimodo" and the explosive hit "Hanging by a Moment" then ultimately glides into emotionally captivating numbers as "Everything" and "Somewhere in Between". The heart of the album lies in a beautiful ballad entitled "Breathing", but one listen to No Name Face, and you'll be left breathless.