This is a lively album, which despite its USA origins often sounds very British, often reminiscent of late 1970s punk & new wave but with individual tracks sounding more like Oasis, early Idlewild, and a bit of Kaiser Chiefs and other popular British Indie. The tracks are short, fun and full of energy with some good melodies despite the limited range that can be produced with their strict adhesion to bass, guitar, drums and vocals. The bands biggest problem is a lack of identity. Each track sounds great but puts you in mind of someone elses material (as outlined above) so I fear they will struggle to get a dedicated audience. However, it will be interesting to see if they can develop from here.