Three catchy poppy, kinda emoish songs from a place called Cleveland, Mississippi. When I wrote “emoish,” I didn’t mean it in a Mineral or Christie Front Drive kinda way. More of a later Discount mixed with Broadways kinda poppy emotional punk. Great, well-written songs. The first, “The End Never Mattered” is my favorite, and the most catchy of the three, but after a few listens, I ended up liking the entire 7” quite a bit. It has a Plan-It-X feel to it, and after further reading, I found they have a release on Plan-It-X South.