Loose pop-punk that has a lot more in common with power-pop than punk, these spirited ditties dance around in your head while your body moves to the melody, the hooks always catching you, as you sing along to the smile-able choruses.
This is pop-punk that makes no other claims than a good time. It isn't trying to change the world or re-invent the sound. The guitars, with a slight sheen to them, buzz while the rhythm section hammers away, together cranking out juicy pop-punk songs for you to sink your teeth into with a little dirty rock throw in for good measure. I'll give this a B+.