The first obvious comparison for Dreamend would be Akron/Family. They have had extensive post-rock tendencies but this album is much more focused around banjos and wibbly synths than big reverby guitars, and Dreamend plink and pluck ther way through 10 tracks that end up sounding like if Sufjan Stevens was from smalltown Arkansas.
They have poppy tendencies, but their catchiest moments are not necessarily their best. Standouts include the slow/mid-tempo "Magnesium Light", the exhuberant but underdeveloped "Interlude", and the amazingly pretty "Repent" which would fit in very snugly on The Microphones' Glow Pt.2. The rest of the album is good, but nothing mindblowing.