Vocalist Keaton Pierce is front and centre in the mix — as is to be expected with a pop-oriented band — but it doesn't distract the listener from the instrumental arrangement at all. The band effortlessly weave multiple infectious hooks into each of their songs, with "Pretty Little Thing" and "Perfect World" being some of the more prominent examples.
The band also demonstrate a considerable amount of technical ability throughout the record, without seeming overbearing. By employing the occasional tapping lead or reverb-drenched tremolo section, the band add layers to each song, resulting in an overall sound that has enough variation to keep it from sounding tedious but maintains enough pop simplicity to keep it catchy and memorable. (Epitaph)