Refining the grungy sounds found on their previous full-length, Jar, the quartet maintain the thick, fuzzy punch of guitars and predominantly major chord progressions. This time, however, it's altogether more cohesive and better paced, never lingering at a single tempo for too long. The grimy Failure-esque trudge of "All The Pain" is followed up by the upbeat "Leach," which incorporates atmospheric twangs and buzzing leads into the verse before barrelling into the all-out assault of the chorus. Later, the song transitions into a progression not unlike that of a hardcore two-step.
The vocals pedal back and forth between the cleaner, higher register of Jake Clarke and the gravelly mid-range of Taylor Madison, the former usually delivering serene verse lines and the latter dropping in perfectly for jarringly pleasant hooks. With this album, Superheaven have outdone themselves, writing a tight set of perfectly balanced songs that create a refreshing, unified whole. (Side One Dummy)