One thing that kept me hook is this band's ability to just make catchy hooks out of pure chaos in sound, from random break downs, random electric piano parts, offbeat choruses, and random style/tempo changes you'll always be on your toes. It's amazing when a song can sound completely different in three different parts and yet still be able to be recognized as that song. I was a bit worried that this LP would try and compromise some of the style the EPs had but thankfully the worry was completely misplaced.
Songs like the opener Harvest, which starts off a bit slow and low-key but explodes into a funky, poppy, upbeat sound juxtaposed with the harsh lyrics, and the closer Youinverse really show what the band can do in terms of change ups. I think the particular song that stands out is the single Moth. It's fast paced, the vocals are emotional and earnest, belting out "I know why it hurts so bad" it will make you feel something. It's catchy and it's just fun to listen to, even featuring an organ during the outro for good measure.
If you're going to listen to one album this year...then that's pretty dumb you should listen to a lot of albums, but make sure this is one of them. With this LP Runaway Brother have cemented themselves as indie-rock Gods. Truly rising above the rest with a style all their own, all while managing to channel the golden years of bands like Say Anything and Motion City Soundtrack. I can honestly recommend this album to anyone who likes rock, whether you like punk, pop-punk, emo, indie, folk, w.e, give this album and I think you'll be hooked.