Not real sure that this is progressive, probably considered alternative, but there's a lot of diversity here. This band features a female singer in the Annie Halsam mode (big range / aka: shrieky at times) and instruments like viola, trumpet and bells. I may update this to four stars after a couple more listens, but at this point, it's pleasant, but not really up my alley. Taken for $4 from a local alternative store (along with a number of others, also in the $2-$5 range). Short (3-4 minute) songs, accented vocals.