Bubblegummy power pop that isn’t afraid to try a little tenderness. They open up with a riotous burner of a track and then let the listener know they have a softer side with the remaining three. They got the hooks, they got the harmonies, they got that courtly swagger that no power pop record can go with out. They even let the bass player get the spotlight for a hot second on “Let Them Know.” No Front Teeth continues to be one of the most reliable labels for this sound, and Radiohearts are another prime example.
–Daryl Gussin (No Front Teeth)