This down-to-earth band of Canadians seems to be traveling back in time, as evidenced by their "mountain men" look on the album cover and their belief that true progress involves looking back as much as forward. On the Altar of Love is built on a foundation of faith that spans thousands of years. That solid history makes for an album that manages to be pop-friendly and weighty at the same time, with a welcome vulnerability. By not allowing the latest cultural references to creep in, the band has created an album that is truly timeless. Don't miss the anthemic "Let Me Rediscover You."