After more than ten listens, the album remains very difficult to place. Tomorrow, In a Year is a difficult, confrontational piece. The album would actually be fairly dismissible as a performance souvenir if it weren’t being released worldwide. It may serve superlatively as the melos to the performance’s drama, but as a purely aural experience it somewhat fails to meet the high standard set by the Knife’s previous releases. Yet its ambition is abundant, and its intentions–while questionable–are quite clear.