"Without You", the first of three tracks on offer, fades in with some quirky pop-punk guitar work, before front-man/guitarist Luke Gover steps in with some smooth, melodic vocals. The bands influences on display unashamedly, this is simple and fun.
Second up is "Live It Up" and, it doesn't stray too far from the path. The hooks are there, as are the candy-coated vocals and it makes for an enjoyable, albeit non-challenging listening, before "Unbreakable" rounds things off nicely. It's set at a lower tempo and feels more relaxed than the previous tracks, the whole thing feeling more emotional and, almost sincere. There is a brief interlude at 2:23, the drumming and guitar work taken up a notch, rising in intensity to balance the mood of the song before it all dies down with Gover reminding us all; "tonight we're unbreakable". A call to believe in yourself, follow your dreams. It all works very well and it's a shame there is nothing else on offer.
Pop-punk has never really been a highly respected genre, it's simple, "less is more" style has always given nothing more than a quick fix and a sing-along. It's made to make you smile, not think, and really that's where the beauty lies. You don't NEED to worry about what the songs are about, you just need to enjoy what you hear. Someday I know this, and while obviously the band are capable of writing catchy songs, they don't concern themselves with trying to over complicate things. They don't want to spoil a good thing. Appreciate whats on offer here, it's all you really need. 
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