We begin with a track called "Nobody's Listening" and essentially what we've got are some bland, practically soulless gang vocals leading into some chirpy yet straightforward and arguably uninspired, basic pop-punk, it's your typical self-pitying, misery ridden affair but delivered in a kind of happy-go-lucky way. It lacks any real substance however and draws no emotional response from the listener whatsoever...if this song were an emoji it would be (-_-)...very appropriately titled. "The Devils Dream" is delivered at a slower tempo for the most part and the verses; predominantly bass-lead and sounding a touch darker in tone, serve the track more purpose but again, the issue here is that it's quite a flat listen. Some more promising guitar work with the cheeky solo but, vocally, generally dull.
"Time For Saying Sorry" is up next and personally I both agree and appreciate the apology. Ironically this is a more enjoyable song over-all, it's got key changes, the chorus is still simple but it's catchy at least and this sort of thing will mainly appeal to fans of [SPUNGE] for example, it's the most promising of the tracks offered up here, before we finish up on "Everything Will Be Alright", and funnily enough, it is. Namely because the song signals the end of the EP, and it's a shame because pop-punk is meant to cheer you up, it's meant to be both ballsy and bouncy, it's meant to be fun! But, honestly the urge for a repeat listen is non-existent, you'd have a better time listening to the likes of SON OF DORK...no wait...I'll say it...you'd find better quality tracks on a HANNAH MONTANA record and I say that without an ounce of sarcasm. If the frequency is dead please...just...end transmission.