People that only listen to Nothing Feels Good from this band are missing out on some cracking music.
Very Emergency may not be in the same vain as their previous album, but it's just as good in my opinion.
To each his own, although I disagree with the fact that Wood/Water was better than 30° Everywhere and Very Emergency. The songwriting was perhaps better than 30° Everywhere, but the instrumentation and energy was still leagues ahead of Wood/Water. I couldn't even finish Wood/Water because of how different it sounded to their other releases. I would gladly enjoy the (sometimes) incomprehensible lyricism of 30° Everywhere to generic sounding Wood/Water.