Power pop with an endearing singer who can only kind of sing. Has all the fuzz quality guitar of ‘90s alternative radio rock. If we’re judging singles by how likely I would be to check out a full length by this band, I’d say they did a pretty good job. If anything, I feel like there wasn’t enough meat to really be able to figure out the band’s personality on these two tracks, but I have no real complaints, only the imaginary ones. The cover of this record looks like a shoegaze record, though. Grade: B.
–Billups Allen (Sugar Mountain/Divis & Mason, no address listed)