I have no idea who Through are (is?), nor any way of reasonably finding out--not enough precise terms for the google and no links on the page. What we know is that Through is from Kentucky. What I like is the use of a line or phrase from a classic song used as its title. Some of the 18 tracks hew close to the original melodies while a few others go off on a bit of a tangent. All of that, I like. Still need my small doses and the tracks I dug most on a casual trip through were "A Thrill Of Hope, A Weary World", "To The Earth It Gave Great Light", and "I Have No Gift To Bring". And "Breathes A Life Of Gathering Gloom" has a nice 80s Synth-Pop feel to it.
All the tracks are short with only one, "Pierce Him Through", lasting as long as 5 minutes. That was my least favorite of the set, fwiw. Normally, I like nice long Vangelis type tracks of Ambient scattered amongst some Folk and Light Jazz when I'm in that kind of a mood, but the short tracks seem to work here.
As I say, Ambient isn't for everyone. And it may be the case that true aficionados of the genre wouldn't regard "How Can I Celebrate Without You" very highly. As someone who is marginally familiar with the genre and marginally fond of it, I liked it. And, in the end, that's what counts. Name your price at Bandcamp.