After their triumphant 2010 debut, Brooklyn boy-girl duo The Hundred In The Hands would be forgiven for succumbing to "second album syndrome" on this long awaited follow-up. That they don't is testament to their immense talents. Musically, Red Night shifts slightly from their previous output, but retains strong elements of dream-pop, avant-garde alt-rock and Walls-ish wall-of-sound electrinonica. This is best exemplified on the brilliant title track, which pits Eleanor Everdell's dreamy vocals against formidably dubbed-out atmospherics. Elsewhere, there are nods to New York's post-punk past ("Come With Me") and big, near-anthemic singalongs ("Keep It Low"), giving Red Night a formidably well-rounded feel.