Quite poppy indy rock with an ear for a hook and some tasty hooks. Reminds me of Weezer mixed some lighter Foo Fighters. “Josuha” has some big chunky bass lines rolling and “Top of the World” rolls with a spirited abandon. Gotta be honest, I’m waiting for the band to just bust out. They show some signs of this on their best song, “Top of the World,” where they gargle out with some punk ferocity and some real charge to the riffs. “One Single Night” follows suit with some infectious zip, but songs like “Wreckless Soul” sound strangely restrained and anything but wreckless. Like they’re chained at the starting line and can’t quite fire off when the light turns green. Good stuff. Fun for a road trip, but I can’t help thinking there’s something more lurking under the surface. One to watch.