The Nomad Triptych represents three albums by one band with three different names. Despite the name changing, Margot's vision has not strayed from their focus on folk as both a genre that continues to be relevant and a cultural commentary on modern life using classic themes.
Progress discusses the titular topic and its consequences - both foreseen and unforeseen. The design plays with rolling expanses, the fog of both progress and the unknown, and the scale of humanity in the midst of it all.
Caesura continues the exploration of the unknown and unknowable alike. The album uses caesura - a break in music or poetry - as a metaphor for the empty space of the unknown in our lives as it fearlessly stares into that void. Much like the album, the design takes in the great mountainous expanse of the Knowable, while reminding us that the Unknown and Unknowable is just as expansive.
Troublesongs rounds out the triptych by facing the inevitable waves of life with the same focus and depth that marks the first two albums. The darker tone is mirrored in the art which reminds us that the troubled sea, the smoke of progress, and the expanse of caesurea are all part of the same landscape.