Again kicks the record off with a melodic intro and the vocals remind me of a mix between Kellin Quinn and Derek DiScanio. The addition of Caitlin Henry fits in really well, adding an edge to the track that while may not have been needed when you listen to the start, definitely further enhances the track.
Not Alone opens with a very State Champs feel, catchy instrumentation and vocal hooks instantly grab your attention.
The title track is relaxing but still keeps your attention and closes the EP in the same way it began, rounding off a strong release.
The major gripe I have with this record is that at just five songs it’s way too short and I want more.