Bouncing back and forth between slower, angry tracks and dancey, almost-western rock makes for a super dynamic album. The connection to JPNSGRLS is definitely evident in some of the tracks, as it’s the solo project of frontman Charlie Kerr, but the record is thematically varied, introspective, and worth individual recognition. Guitar-driven and good for angsty headphone listening or more energetic crowd jamming.
RIYL: JPNSGRLS, Car Seat Headrest, Arkells, Cloud Nothings, Made Violent
Play: 2, 3, 4, 5 | FCC: 7