'De Selby (Part 1)': Kicking off the album, this track sets the tone for the musical journey that follows, with a production featuring Jeff 'Gitty' Gitelman, Bekon, and Pete G.
'De Selby (Part 2)': This second part continues the narrative, with a different set of producers contributing to its rich sound.
'First Time': Hozier's signature vocals shine in this track, accompanied by Alex Ryan's contribution.
'Francesca': A standout piece, 'Francesca' showcases Hozier's collaboration with Jennifer Decilveo, creating a mesmerizing musical tapestry.
'I, Carrion (Icarian)': This track delves into profound themes, offering listeners an introspective experience.
'Eat Your Young': A familiar track from the EP, it seamlessly blends into the album's narrative.
'Damage Gets Done' (with Brandi Carlile): Featuring the talented Brandi Carlile, this song explores the emotional depth of Hozier's artistry.
'Who We Are': Hozier's introspective lyrics are once again at the forefront, supported by a talented production team.
'Son of Nyx': This track introduces a change of pace, showcasing the diversity of the album's musical landscape.
'All Things End': A track carried over from the EP, it fits seamlessly into the album's overarching theme.
'To Someone From A Warm Climate (Uiscefhuarithe)': This song continues to draw the listener deeper into Hozier's world.
'Butchered Tongue': A poignant piece, it explores historical and cultural themes.
'Anything But': Hozier's emotive vocals take center stage in this track.
'Abstract (Psychopomp)': This song adds a unique flavor to the album's eclectic mix of sounds.
'Unknown / Nth': A powerful track that resonates with many listeners, marked by Hozier's distinct style.
'First Light': Closing the album, this track leaves a lasting impression, showcasing the depth of Hozier's musical artistry.