This is the third Ejector Seats LP that I’ve reviewed for Razorcake, and I’m loving it. They play a semi-novel mix of pop and garage, with a hint of early ‘80s hardcore thrown in for good measure. The packaging is glorious, including a gatefold sleeve. The Ejector Seats vocals got angrier over time, although there are moments of the calmer, gentler stylings from their early work. I had high hopes and high expectations for High Hopes, Low Expectations. The record didn’t disappoint. Both fans of Ejector Seats and newcomers will love the grabby, energetic talent on display.
–Art Ettinger (Collison Course)