Despite some good songs, like the dynamic opener "Honey White", the intriguing "Radar" or the well-crafted "All Your Way", this record is not very convincing or solid. Morphine have a style of their own, that`s undeniable, yet this release is too depressing, tiresome and unengaging. The peculiar use of sax in their songs is one of the band`s trademarks, still I think they overuse it and the result ends up being repetitive and forgettable. "Yes" combines indie rock, blues, lo-fi and jazz in a somewhat innovative way, Mark Sandman`s voice is interesting and strong and the band is professional, yet this album is average as a whole. The filler songs outweight the good moments, delivering an uneven record.
Not the best around.