While guitars shine throughout, it’s the album’s more unexpected musical moments that linger, with Applecheeks concluding with a whistling section and Do Me Dirty (Charlie) throwing a xylophone into the mix. It’s remarkable how much swagger the band possess, with tracks such as All The Birds and Loose Change both exuding impressive confidence.
Abundant with charm and endearingly earnest lyrics, the album is a refreshing and satisfying listen and marks the first chapter for an exciting new band on the rise.
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