Bad pop-rock that often tries to pass itself off as artsy to avoid its roots in mediocre-ness, The Feelings deliver a weak album here. The songs don't have any juice to them. They seem to be lacking momentum and, well, feelings that make you really believe what you're hearing. The songs sound like demos that want to go somewhere, but due to budget restrictions, time constraints or a lack of interest, just never materialized.
The ten tracks here just don't captivate me or make me want to listen to them other than for the sole purpose of reviewing them. Lackluster at best, after a few listens to get a feel for the album, I was through with it. I'll give it a D.