Again, if I had heard this album many, many years ago, my attitude might be different but for today, the melodies seem overly complex and the chord structures overly ambitious for a modern audience. Don’t misunderstand, I am not advocating “four bar grids of ‘cut and paste’ monotony over which someone writes shallow nursery rhymes about partying, trucks and beer or bitches and bling, or whines in hardly rhyming verse about their sad little white boy or girl life”*. Far from it. This band has potential but I would recommend that they focus themselves on the music they want to create and get in touch with their core influences and stop trying to impress themselves with their music.
If there is an inside joke to the band name, or album title, or a “raison d’être” to the music, let us all in on it. It might help win a broader audience.