"Seamless," as previously mentioned, is a bit of a misnomer: It's a track that would be called dub house, if house hadn't become so important to the genre. This is dub in the true sense of the word, with vocals flying in and out of the mix, guitar lines prickling at the sides. Reference point? Kalabrese underwater, I suppose.
If the A side is Kalabrese underwater, "Facing the Sun" is mostly definitely what happens when he comes up for air. "Kumbaya" features heavily, which probably sounds like reason to go back underwater, but Wareika makes the unlikely house music anthem a bit funky and altogether slinky. Like dOP, who they resemble only in the sense that both groups sound very much live on record and have singing, there's a curious preoccupation with religion that is rendered so strangely that it can't help but be affecting. Seamless, it ain't. And God bless 'em for it.