A good friend Jam/Jam told me to check this album out so I did. At first I was very confused about why he was recommending this to me. I really disliked the vocals and at first the lyrics. But after a few songs in I started to get a much different feel and was enjoying the stories and music composition. It took a few more songs until it started to make sense, and took a few more plays of the album before it became a breath of fresh air to me. I really do not know how to describe this album... They remind me if the band "Bare Naked Ladies" had a side gig of playing at coffee shops, but in less sounding condescending way.
This review is terrible but the album is fun... If I got paid for writing reviews I would try harder I suppose.... Or fired.