Now 10 years into their careers, Windsor For The Derby have always operated under the loose description of post-rock and - much like The Sea And Cake - their career path has moved from jazzy instrumentals to music embracing stronger song structures and languid alternative pop. 'We Fight Til Death' may well be the band at their peak with a fine and varied album that hints at past influences but ultimately has its own distinct trademark. Doomy percussion punctuates 'The Door Is Red' and 'Black Coats' like a Piano Magic record, the title track begins what seems like a mock-up of 'Love Will Tear Us Apart' and graceful first track 'Melody Of A Fallen Tree' is reminiscent of Dave Greenfield's keyboard work for The Stranglers. Amongst the references lurk 'Nightingale' (repetitive but in a positive, hypnotic way) and 'A Spring Like Sixty'; possibly the defining moment where the subtle melodies really dig in to the brain. With a string of line-up changes already behind them, this is the sign of a band fully at ease with their own comforting and very moving sound.