The album Almost Blue is the forgotten step-child of Before the Bomb Drops. An album that questions it's motives for you with tracks like "Tokyo", "Glass House", & "Devoted in Death".
A medley of stories, following along a Jazz singer who decides it's time to go the pop route. It's a slightly darker turn in an album Second Hand King describes as the B-Sides to Before the Bomb Drops with something a little extra added in.
At times personal like "Escape", "The Monster Sleeps", & "Dirt", and at times seemingly an escape for Second Hand King himself with the vast arrangement of stories throughout the album. Almost Blue is not an album to be taken lightly or maybe, that's the only way to take it.